i'm pretty certain there are no other posts on book art on here. which is just not right. so here's louisa boyd. there's nothing about these that i don't like
lounge (v.) to pass (time) in lounging (usually fol. by away or out): to lounge away the afternoon. 1508, from Scot., of uncertain origin, "to lounge about, lie at full length," The noun in the sense of "comfortable drawing room" is first recorded 1881; in the sense of "couch on which one can lie at full length," 1830. Lounge lizard is from 1912, originally in reference to men who hung around in tea rooms to flirt.