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This Adventures of Huckleberry Finn poster is created using the first 28 chapters of the book.
Using the unparalleled passages of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, we create a visual narrative which revives this tale of unique friendship. In this art print, the incandescent full moon brings alive a humid and suspenseful night upon the Mississippi river. Huck and Jim are paused in mid-flight, crouched out of sight, and awed at the vision which appears before them; the very symbol of the Mississippi – the steamboat – passes bustling through the night, churning the very waters which our two beloved characters hope will lead them to freedom.
This illustration freezes in time the spirit of an exceptional and forbidden friendship between a boy and a slave, both of whom are fleeing from their past with an optimistic faith in a brighter future. As both a heartwarming adventure tale and an allegorical commentary on slavery,
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn seamlessly breeches the gap between the serious and the light-hearted. Our art print does the same by capturing the beauty of a bond, firmly welded by the innate human need to pursue liberty at any cost.
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