Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Keys, keys, keys

100ScopeNotes tweeted me over to BookEnds at BookList -- Keyed into Cover Controversy

Look at all the keyed up covers!

All I can say is that when Tiffany & Co. starts selling them, it is officially a trend. Thanks to entling no. 1 for the heads up to these little gems.

Tiffany Key Pendants


tanita davis said...

Been noticing the key trend for awhile. It started for me with Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life. That's a great cover. And then, there's the UK version of Incarceron..., too.

We have a key on our ring for D's office that looks like one of the Tiffany keys, only less delicate. I ADORE them. I wonder if I could find/buy some of them here...

tanita davis said...

Actually -- this started earlier than this. Remember The Secret Life of Jeremy Fink? Tons of keys. The UK version of Incarceron also has a big skeleton key on the cover.

Funnily enough, they're not called that here; they're called master keys. Skeleton keys... are lock picks.