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Alternative On The Road posters

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Jack Kerouac's "un-filmable" cult novel has finally been put to film, to the rejoice of hipster literates the world over, and we thought it was worth a celebration.

Next week's issue sees our writers replicate some iconic movie road trips while here online, we decided to commission some of our favourite artists to create alternative posters for the much-anticipated movie.

The results are in and we're awfully impressed. Fact fans: the first poster has the entire book written out on the crawling page/road.

You can find, and thank, the artists at the bottom.

On The Road is in cinemas now

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