SF Creatives Turn Literary Classics Into Poster Art
When writing is good (like insanely good) – it’s art. The problem? You can’t exactly frame your favorite reads without wallpapering every inch of your abode. Enter SF-based Matt Grinberg’s and Alex Yancher’s NovelPoster – entire literary works printed on a single page.
Classic tomes (think: The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, Huckleberry Finn, Alice in Wonderland) turn visual art with a symbolic image crafted from white space in the arranged text. And although the words are small, these tall tales are fully readable from beginning to end.
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