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These typography posters of famous books belong on your wall

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Joe Ellison
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This is a turn up for the books. Mainly because there aren't any.

Taking the full and complete text of some of history’s most cherished novels, this stunning poster series from Spineless Classics cleverly arranges the typography to create designs which take cues from the source material.

Should you wish, you could stand there and read the story from beginning to end. From William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Macbeth and The Merchant of Venice, through to George Orwell’s 1984 and and Hunter S Thompson’s Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas,  no sentence is cut and no paragraph out of order in these wall-worthy works.

Considering the literary convenience enjoyed by today’s dreaded Kindle generation, it’s good to know you can now stockpile your favourite books in one unique space and still enjoy the printed word.

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