The other day I came across the loveliest set of postcards, which boast not scenes of picturesque seaside towns, ancient ruins or glittering skylines, but vintage book jackets. Penguin Books recently dug through its archives, selecting 100 of its most charming, distinctive covers, and printed them as postcards. Now if only the notes I scrawl on the back could promise to be as clever and full of intrigue as some of the titles they bear . . .
Thanks to the ever-inspiring Kempt for the tip.
Box of 100 postcards, $30.