Book face ideas is a fun and interesting way to read and discover new books to add to your collections.
Ever thought of ways to bring fun into reading? After analyzing over 1 million book face ideas by clever librarians, online bookstores, and book lovers who are bringing so much creativity into the library, we’ve put together the top 100 best book face ideas 2021 to take creative #bookfacefriday photography and make reading fun even if you’re not a book nerd who always have their nose stuck in a book.
Visual platforms like; Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest encouraged book lovers to take the creativity to a whole new level by morphing their face or any body part into a book cover to have nice photography with their favorite books or a book cover that fits in properly for a fabulous shot. This is also a great way to help offline materials come into the trend of social media and get discovered by millions of people who are searching for new interesting books to read in 2021.
Every weekend, people tend to share their Friday book face with the following popular social media hashtags; #bookface, #bookstagram, #booknerd, or #bookfacefriday. The kids are not left behind in the book face lifestyle, parents can even discover a perfect book to use as book face for kids. There’s an idea for everyone to create the best bookface photo for Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and other visual apps whenever you come across books with faces on the covers or any partial body part.
What is book face?
Bookface is a photo game or challenge in which people keep a book cover on their face or a matching body part to join art and life in a photo. This is similar to sleeveface and moneyface photographs.
When you try to complete or continue the photo on a book cover with your body part, you’re merely bookfacing. You will learn more about book face definition when you take a look at our favorite samples below.
Best Book face ideas 2021 for booklovers.
We’ve put together the best Bookface ideas from a variety of sources that will inspire your next creative bookface photographs.
Once you have your favorite book cover for the shoot, simply face a huge standing mirror to position the cover well and then take a selfie or have someone help you out with that let’s see how it turns out to be. It will be incredibly amazing, we hope. Share your fun with a book photo with friends on social media and see what their thoughts are about your first-time book face post.
1. Weston Library book face with “The Queen’s Gambit“
2. Book face with “Penguin & Classics” by Jane Austen
3. Book face with “Beautiful on the Outside“
4. Book faces of “Michael Bublé and Mariah Carey singing a Christmas duet”
5. “Boel and Oscar” book face idea
6. “The Governess” book face
7. Book face inspired by Alex Trebek “The Answer Is…“
8. Bookface: The Meaning of Mariah Carey
9. #bookfacefriday pose for “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society”
10. “You Should See Me in a Crown” book face
11. Bookface with “Lessons from San Quentin“
12. “Sometimes You Have to Lie” book face sample
13. Bookface with “The Lucy Vibrations”
14. “Mr Dickens And His Carol” Bookface
15. “No Better Mom for the Job” book face picture
16. Book face for “The Last Widow”
17. Tan poco Vida / A Little Life
18. Book face with “The Story of Snow”
19. Book face with “The Carpenter’s Gift“
20. “The Reason You Walk” book face
21. Tripple Book Face idea for #bookfacefriday contest
22. “It Will Come to Me” Kids book face idea
23. “That’s not my Elf” book face picture
24. “One Life” book cover with partial elbow book face example
25. “Miss Graham’s Cold War Cookbook” by Celia Rees
26. Book face for “Silver Packages”
27. The Look-Alike book face sample
28. “The Coldest Girl in Coldtown” book face
29. Book face for “Tender is the Flesh”
30. “White Hot Kiss (The Dark Elements)” book face
31. Book face with the “Dirty Red”
32. Book face for “If I Stay”
33. Book face for “Hopeless”
34. “Truth in Pieces” book face
35. “Talking as Fast as I Can” Book cover with partial face
36. “Letters to molly” book face
37. “Making Faces” book face
38. Book face with “Haunted Melody: A Ghost Story”
39. Book face for the “Stone Cold Touch“
40. Book face photo of “Hell Hath No Fury”
41. “The Sin in the Steel” book face
42. Book face for “Mexican Gothic“
43. Winter themed book face “Nefertiti”
44. “Untamed” book face
45. Book face for “Anatomica” French version
46. “My Name Is Not PeaseBlossom” book face picture
47. “Leonard” book face
48. Book face with “The Woman Warrior“
49. “Look Me in the Eye” book face
51. A tasty book face Friday with the “My Paris Kitchen” cookbook
52. “Woman of Color” book face
53. Book face with “Wonderland“
54. “If I Knew Then by” book face
55. “Undercover Bromance” book face
58. “The Woman Before Wallis” book face
59. Helen Humpherys book face for her novel “Afterimage”
60. Book face for “The Last Wife“
61. “The Secret Hours” book face
62. Book face with “The Book Of Lost Names“
63. The “Hannah’s War” book face lifestyle
64. Book face for “The Empress of Idaho“
65. “A Daring Venture” book face
67. “Storm Cursed” book face idea
68. Book face with “Boost“
69. “The Mistletoe Matchmaker” book face
70. Book face with “Vice Dos & Don’ts Calendar“
71. “What Light” book face example
72. “The Dark Divine” book face
73. Book face with “Sorry and Bliss”
74. “All Grown Up” book face example
75. “Stephen King” Book face
76. People Magazing En Español “Selena 25 Años Despues“
77. “Eyes That Kiss in the Corners” book face
78. Book face with “Camellia“
79. Partial faces book cover of “Big Little Lies“
80. “The Sleepwalker” book face
81. “Dress Like A Woman” book face
82. Book face idea for “I Am Here Now“
83. “The Feminist Agenda of Jemima Kincaid” book face
84. “The Downing Street Years” book face
85. Book face with the “Black Painted Fingernails“
86. Book face picture with “What the Wind Knows“
87. “The Transatlantic Book Club” book face
88. Book Face Friday with “Dead Until Dark“
89. Book face with “Wilder Girls“
90. “And We Stay” book face example
91. “Junk Boy” book face photography
92. Book face picture for “Lovely War“
93. “Red Lotus” book face idea
94. “Ostwind/East Wind” book face photograph
95. “The Nutcracker” book face
96. Book face for “Getting Even“
97. Book face image of “Thanku: Poems of Gratitude“
98. “Mother Knows Best” A Tale of the Old Witch book face
99. Book face with “Qajar paintings“
100. “The Collector’s Apprentice” book face
How to take a perfect book face photograph
Now that you have seen our collation of the best book face ideas, we think you may want to give it a try this weekend and have your own book face for Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, or any visual app of your choice using books with faces on the cover or any other body part you would have to complete in your shot.
Fortunately, you can capture book face photographs using your smartphones, so here are some tips to create your own book face with ease.
- Find a book with a body part.
- Think about the posture, hair, and dress type that will give the best match.
- Stand before a mirror holding the book with one hand to check if it’s properly placed and make use of your selfie camera to capture it.
- Try multiple shots and figure out the best photo to publish.
- Add a little description or a caption inspired by the book title or select from our list of the best Instagram captions.
The above is the basic step-by-step guide for DIY book face, some book face photographs might require the efforts of more than one person. In that case, you and other librarians might have to work as a team to come up with the most fabulous picture that will bring out the beauty of a book and boost social media engagement when you finally post it online.
To increase visibility, do not forget to tag any online library you know, also consider adding any or all of the following popular book face hashtags; #bookfacefriday, #bookstagram, #booknerd, #booklover, #bookface, #librarylife.