Rather than hang up the art, add to your stack of coffee table books. Simply tuck the artwork in a safe place until you’ve collected about 30 pieces, and get in touch with publishers like Plum Print, who are happy to have you ship them a box of original pieces, which get passed to book designers who will email you a list of options, orders, and layouts. Make all the changes you need, and voila, a hard or soft cover edition is mailed to your home. However, not all artwork travels or prints well, especially fragile materials and those with low color contrast. Nor will neon remain neon. Digital books can be even easier, and only require the art to be captured by scan or photo and then arranged with programs like Art Kive. Want something more low tech? Simply pick up an old-school binder, plastic sheet pockets, and markers to decorate the cover.