Louise Verity is the owner of Bookishly, and lives in Northamptonshire UK with her husband and young son. She likes John Hughes movies, cake and the smell of new books. She dislikes Marmite and ironing. Bookishly started in 2009 with an antique French dictionary and an inherited set of water colour paints. Now the prints are created by Louise’s dedicated team beavering away in the workshop getting orders out each day. Louise spends a lot of time hunting through old bookshops looking for inspiration and for books to give a new lease of life as a little piece of art. There’s a few things that make the Bookishly range different to other typographic collections. The wonky old font is exclusive, based on Louise’s hand drawn lettering. You won’t see it anywhere else! The framed prints are mounted into Bookishly’s signature block frames, made locally here in Northampton UK. There’s no glass so you can feel the lovely old page and they can easily be sent all over the world. They often are! Each book page print uses an original vintage book page, making each one a little bit unique. Bookishly designs have been featured in number of national and international magazines and blogs, including The Huffington Post, Apartment Therapy, Ideal Home and Stylist among others.