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On The Road: illustrated

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Last year brought with it the highly anticipated big screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac's cult novel On The Road and, soon after, a rather significant amount of disappointment followed.

While director Walter Salles might have stumbled in his attempt to match the beat culture passages to suitable imagery, illustrator Paul Rogers has done a rather fine job with his project.

He's taken a page at a time and provided a picture that symbolises a major event.

You can see more of it all here.



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