This month we're releasing THREE new art prints!
An adult David Copperfield stares pensively at the churning sea in this bold print made of text from Charles Dickens’s masterwork.
The words of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species are repurposed to create a stunning work of art depicting the naturalist’s famous voyage on the SMS Beagle.
Benjamin Franklin’s own words from his autobiography come together to create a touching silhouette of the man himself.
It's that time of the year again when you think back on what you've read! What was your favorite book this year?
Cast your vote for your favorite books this year at the Goodreads community to help and share your favorite authors and stories with the world.
Here is each of them with their respective titles and links:
The Reluctant Dragon
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Sherlock Holmes: Final Problem - Adventure of the Empty House
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Bartleby, the Scrivener
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The Shunned House
Five Short Stories from Mark Twain
Four Christmas Stories from Charles Dickens
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Whoever they are, if they love to read they might love our bookish art prints!
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This month we are releasing the wild but noble words of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan of the Apes.
The timeless text of Burroughs’ classic Tarzan of the Apes is transformed into a beautiful depiction of the main character surrounded by the jungle he calls home.
Using only the accomplished prose of Edgar Rice Burroughs, our Tarzan of the Apes poster creates a stunning portrait of the title hero himself: part man and part beast, overlooking the dangerous jungle which he will soon claim as his own. Shown here tightly gripping his father’s knife, the illuminating detail of this design reveals a strong and detailed protagonist, burdened by his ongoing struggle between nature and nurture.
It's that time of the month again!
We have a new release for this month, The Call of the Wild.
Using the profound rhetoric of The Call of the Wild, an image is put on display here that seethes with feral potency.
The Call of the Wild is a book which packs power using a combination of skillful allegories and dramatic parable-telling. With the same keen ability, this art print sets free an image which is destined to awaken the ‘wild thing’ in all of us.
Read more about our The Call of the Wild poster.
This Siddhartha poster is created using the entire text from the book.Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha creates a story like no other as it follows the metaphysical passage of the protagonist Siddhartha. This central figure wants for nothing more than a wise and fulfilled existence, but he soon discovers that attaining ultimate enlightenment is never easy. Siddhartha embarks on a life-long journey which carries him from the quiet tremors of the river to the flurried movements of the city and back. In the final moments of this sensational novel, Siddhartha learns to acknowledge that every individual has their own journey. As visions of timelessness dance before Siddhartha’s eyes, he accepts the distinct experiences of every man as being fully and equally valuable. Using the melodic rhetoric from Siddhartha, this work of literary art molds a divine and mindful design. Outlined against the tranquil and peaceful surroundings is the figure of Siddhartha himself. Having attained the ultimate pinnacle of enlightenment, this central figure has returned to where it all began. Here, he fulfills the role of a spiritual guru and ferries hopeful sojourners forward on their migration towards an enlightened future. In the foreground, Siddhartha’s devout face is revealed to the viewer as he gazes upon life’s pilgrims with a subtle yet beatific smile. It is the smile of true fulfillment and a beacon of hope for those who desire to embark upon that same quest to find nirvana. Hermann Hesse’s famous work Siddhartha is lauded by book fans as a transcendent work of art. With tenacious charm and placid tranquility, this artistic likeness lends life to the greatest spiritual tale of our age.