Redesigned Book Covers That Are Actually Better Than the Iconic Versions
1. The burnable Fahrenheit 451, designed by Elizabeth Perez 2. Nineteen-Eighty Four, designed by David Pearson 3. The quotable Catch-22, designed by Ian Caulkett 4. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, designed by AJ Hateley, winner of the 2012 Penguin Design Award 5. Of Jillian Tamaki’s embroidered book covers series, Black Beauty 6. Kathryn Macnaughton’s take on East of Eden. Find her designs for Steinbeck’s entire backlist here. 7. Lord of the Flies, designed by Sam Weber.
Celebrate International Human Rights Day on December 10 by taking part in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights Global Write-a-thon. By taking action on one or more of the cases outlined, you will join hundreds of thousands of others around the world in demanding that the rights of these individuals are respected, protected and fulfilled. Stand in solidarity with those suffering human rights abuses, and help us change lives.
❅ Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas ❅
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