9 Prints With Literary Quotes, by Evan Robertson

The best thing about paperbacks (apart from the smell, of course), writes Evan Robertson, is that when a little jewel of a sentence grabs you, you can underline it…Underlining is the original “interactive” media. Think of it as a hyperlink that redirects to your own thoughts, and like a hyperlink, it can leave the rest of the story behind and open up a new window of ideas, insights, musings.

That’s the spirit of this series of illustrations.

“Train”
Original Illustration - Leo Tolstoy quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Dorm Decor

“Occupied”
Original Illustration, Kurt Vonnegut quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Dorm Decor

“Horse”
Original Illustration, Virginia Woolf quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Dorm decor

“Gears”
Original Illustration, Oscar Wilde quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Dorm Decor

“Circle”
Original Illustration, Ernest Hemingway quotation - Fine Art Prints - Literary Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Art for Writers

“Wolves”
Original Illustration, Jack London quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Dorm Decor

“Inverted”
Original Illustration, Edgar Allan Poe quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Halloween Dorm Decor

“Locked”
Original Illustration - Vladimir Nabokov quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art

“Sun”
Original Illustration, Spinoza quotation - Fine Art Prints - Art Posters - Literature inspired art - Dorm decor

(Found via My Modern Met at Obvious State’s Etsy Shop.)

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