Posted by Devin April 18, 2011

Do we have a lot of book nerds in the clutter crowds? I for one wish I read more often but it rarely seems to take for me. I often start a book and get distracted by other projects. Come back to it months later only to find I have no idea whats going on or who any of these people are. But maybe I'm reading the wrong things. This beautiful collection of prints by artists who were deeply inspired by a favorite book is a good roadmap of required reading. The last book i read cover to cover was "you suck" by chris moore. Not a classic but a fun read. Anybody have a suggestion not on this list?

To buy a copy of any of these prints or see the full catalog be sure to visit gallery 1988


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