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The Hobbit illustrated by Tove Jansson!  follow the link for more illustrations--some very small, unfortunately, but all wonderful!  naturally, I wish there was a large stand-alone of Thorin Oakenshield.  ;)

The Hobbit illustrated by Tove Jansson! follow the link for more illustrations--some very small, unfortunately, but all wonderful! naturally, I wish there was a large stand-alone of Thorin Oakenshield. ;)

On April 10th, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, turned 87 years old. The original cover designed by Francis Coradal-Cugat, depicts a disembodied face floating in the night sky (top left). It is one of the prominent images in literature, but that hasn't kept book cover designers from trying to outdo the classic. Below, check out just some…

On April 10th, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, turned 87 years old. The original cover designed by Francis Coradal-Cugat, depicts a disembodied face floating in the night sky (top left). It is one of the prominent images in literature, but that hasn't kept book cover designers from trying to outdo the classic. Below, check out just some…

my mom collects agatha christie novels!! :) she's got about 80 something of them already. and i'm proud of her because she really COLLECTED them - over the years in different secondhand bookshops, not all at once at barnes and noble or powerbooks or fullybooked or somewhere. :)

my mom collects agatha christie novels!! :) she's got about 80 something of them already. and i'm proud of her because she really COLLECTED them - over the years in different secondhand bookshops, not all at once at barnes and noble or powerbooks or fullybooked or somewhere. :)

Paul Hogarth's book-cover illustration for Graham Greene's, Our Man in Havana (1965)  Paul Hogarth (1917-2001) was a British born artist and illustrator, who started out between art school and driving a truck during the Spanish Civil War…  Then in the 1970s, Hogarth fulfilled a love and desire for traveling and journeyed 50,000 miles to more than 20 countries, in which Graham Greene described, like a detective after a criminal, in a deep quest for his inspiration…

Paul Hogarth's book-cover illustration for Graham Greene's, Our Man in Havana (1965) Paul Hogarth (1917-2001) was a British born artist and illustrator, who started out between art school and driving a truck during the Spanish Civil War… Then in the 1970s, Hogarth fulfilled a love and desire for traveling and journeyed 50,000 miles to more than 20 countries, in which Graham Greene described, like a detective after a criminal, in a deep quest for his inspiration…

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