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  1. Maha @younicornreads says

    i DO aesthetics on my twitter, and i just realized the We Heart It thing! thank you so much! as for me i type [subject]+ tumblr photography, it helps and i find a lot of interesting pictures!
    thank you so much for this post it was really helpful 🙂

    Maha @ Younicorn Reads

  2. Becky Baker says

    I adore bookish aesthetics posts and I always stare at them enviously wishing I’d created them. Maybe I should try may own because it is simple (but time consuming). I always feel like I have nothing new to offer but the ones you’ve done are so pretty. Aesthetics posts are actually a really great way to convince me to read a book (I saw one for Everything Leads To You and instantly bought myself a copy) because sometimes I need that abstract picture representation of what the book is about or the characters who feature in it to spark my imagination and convince me to get reading.

  3. Mara @ Mara Was Here says

    I found your thread on Twitter for your aesthetics before, and I have to say, I’m addicted to staring at it every time I see it on my feed! xD I’ve tried doing aesthetics before, and I agree that it’s really fun to do. Though there are a lot of things to consider before rounding up all your images and finishing your aesthetic, which is a thing I didn’t know as a newbie. Awesome post!

    (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ Mara @ Mara Was Here

  4. Tasya @ The Literary Huntress says

    I’ve seen a lot of aesthetic post on tumblr, and truthfully, the main reason I read The Raven Cycle is because the aesthetics I saw. They’re just soo pleasing to my heart and soul, if you could get what I mean. It’s just such a great way to get people to have interest in a certain book or post. There are tons of aesthetics blog on tumblr. But my favorite kind of aesthetic is the mythology ones. They always look timeless and ethereal. I don’t know if it’s aesthetic or not, but you really should check @ALLCAPSBOOKS on twitter. Really love your aesthetics though, especially the Winner’s Curse one. It makes me want to read the book!

  5. Tamara @ Tamaraniac says

    Yessss I love these. I do feel a little weird about using the images, and I’m glad you mentioned this, but I loooove how it makes people want to read the books. I’m so glad you and Sil started making these! I mostly just use pinterest for mine, and I like to make sure I mix pictures of people/objects with pictures of scenery/locations.

  6. Natalie says

    I haven’t made any myself but I LOVE looking at them. I follow so many accounts that are specifically for aesthetics because I adore it so much. I hadn’t heard of bookish aesthetics but now I’ll have to look into some.

  7. Aritsa A. K. says

    Wow! I’m tempted to make these myself. But yeah, my number one obstacle is the fear of someone suddenly pops up and accuses me of stealing his/her pictures. It might be my fear only, but seeing so many artists on Tumblr get angry over “using-pictures-without-source” things, I’m so scared of using pictures with no source. Let alone gathering many of them for making aesthetic post. Can someone tell me what is the line of using pictures online? Should I get loose a bit about it?

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