* Features 300 books with a color in their title
* Designed by UK visual visionaries, Dorothy
* 5 color litho print on 140 gsm uncoated paper
Described by the press both as “beautifully clever” and “terribly wicked,” renowned UK visual visionaries, Dorothy strikes again with their captivating and eye-catching piece, “The Colour of Books.” As one of the newest additions to their Colour Wheel collection, “The Colour of Books” capture the spines of 300 books that have — yup, you guessed it — color in their title.
We bet the first book that popped in your head was Fifty Shades of Grey. And you’d be right along with many other literary classics like David Copperfield, Black Beauty, Anne of Green Gables, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Grapes of Wrath, James And The Giant Peach, A Clockwork Orange, The Color Purple, The Raven, The Black Dahlia and The Yellow Wall-Paper, to name a few.
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As if that wasn’t cool enough, there’s also an A-Z list of books at the bottom of the poster highlighting all 300 featured publications, their respective authors and the year they were published all captured on a 5 color litho print on 140 gsm uncoated paper.
Measuring at 100 cm x 70 cm and weighing 1.03 lbs, this one-of-a-kind poster is ideal for any home, office or living space. Whether you’re a literary lover, an admirer of art work, or, you simply can’t get enough of the unique circular design of colors, this unframed poster is sure to get the attention it deserves.
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