Win a Special Frame to Display Pages from The Bolted Book
With the bolts loosened, you can remove pages from The Bolted Book and display them as artwork. Pre-orders for the Bolted Book available through February 28.January 23, 2017
Updated, February 2, 2017. Congratulations to the three winners of our giveaway of a frame to display pages from The Bolted Book: Josh Korwin, Jimmy Ofisia, and Maite Zabaleta! If you would like a copy of the book, pre-orders are available through February 28.
The Bolted Book has been described as a “portable museum.” With the bolts loosened, the pages can be removed and displayed exhibition style. Now you have a chance to display any of the 240 pages from The Bolted Book as art prints on your wall. Designers & Books is excited to announce that we are holding a drawing to give away a frame that fits your Bolted Book pages exactly and will show them off beautifully.
HOW TO ENTER
Enter to win by Wednesday, February 1, 12:00 AM (EST).
The Hanging Magnet Frame (14 x 11 in.) by Canetti is made of two panels of clear, solid acrylic, which are held together by tiny magnet points. The page from the book can be very easily placed between the two panels and is held securely with no additional hardware. The frame has a keyhole on the back and can hang on the wall either horizontally or vertically on a nail or screw. Once mounted, you only have to remove the front panel to replace your page.
Watch our video on The Bolted Book as 240 frameable prints for your wall.
Missed the Kickstarter and still want to get a copy of The Bolted Book facsimile, or do you want an extra copy? Through February 28, we are taking pre-orders for the book on Indiegogo InDemand. T-shirts, tote bags, and posters are also still available. Visit The Bolted Book Facsimile on Indiegogo.
VIEW THE ORIGINAL BOLTED BOOK AT PRINTED MATTER IN NYC ON JANUARY 26
Join us at Printed Matter on Thursday, January 26, 6:30-8:00 PM for a show and tell of a copy of the 1927 rare original Bolted Book. Graphic design guru Steven Heller from the School of Visual Arts and Depero expert Raffaele Bedarida from Cooper Union will give an in-depth presentation of the book and share some Depero archival images with you while you examine the pages up close and in person. The event is free and open the public. Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1303804339694494/