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This Around the World in 80 Days poster is created using the entire text of the book.
This Around the World in 80 Days art print brilliantly illustrates the wonders of Phileas Fogg's famous expedition by using exhilarating lines from Verne's novel. In this art work, the earth is represented as a pocket watch, exemplifying the significance of time to travel throughout Fogg's spirited journey around the world. The clock hands are set to 8:45 – the exact moment when this strange and stirring journey both begins and ends, and Fogg is dashing from destination to destination, straining to keep ahead of each tick of the minute hand, as any delay could mean terrible failure. His varied forms of transportation are shown circumventing the globe; whether by boat, train, foot, or even by elephant, the bold protagonist must find a way, despite insurmountable obstacles, to continue his passage and push onwards until he can return triumphant to his beloved homeland.
Around the World in 80 Days is an incredible tale of a legendary adventurer who sets out to achieve a journey in less than three months – a feat which in his era was considered impossible. This tale of a race against time, of a journey that defies all odds, of a quest through exotic and dangerous lands, is all represented in this art print with sprit and in a way which truly brings alive the adventure of a life-time.
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