We've released three new posters. What do you think of them?
The Odyssey (24x30" - 61x76cm)
The Odyssey poster is created using the first 9 chapters of the book.The Odyssey is an excellent prose translation of the ancient epic poem that recounts the adventures of Odysseus on his homeward voyage from the Trojan War. The clever hero circumvents the wrath of Poseidon to overcome an incredible array of obstacles, including a fantastic cast of adversaries — Cyclops, the one-eyed giant; the enchantress Circe; plus cannibals, sirens, and many other monstrous creatures.
The Iliad poster is created using the first 13 chapters of the book.The Iliad is an epic masterpiece that chronicles the last days of the Trojan War — quarrel of Achilles and Agamemnon, the battle for Helen of Troy, Greek siege of the city, Trojan counterattack, stratagem of the Trojan Horse, many other events. Vast in scope, fresh and noble in literary style.
The Picture of Dorian Grayposter is created using the entire text of the book.The Picture of Dorian Gray is a gothic novel by Oscar Wilde about the concept of art for art's sake and sexuality. An artist, Basil Hallward, paints a portrait of a handsome young man, Dorian, who follows the views of Lord Wotton regarding youth and beauty and decides to sell his soul. In the pursuit of beauty and the indulgence of sensual pleasures, Dorian remains youthful, but the painting reveals Dorian's moral corruption.
Next releases are: Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes), Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte) and Anne of Green Gables (Lucy Maud Montgomery).