Oct 4, 2012


 100 book covers to fight illiteracy

The Belgian artist Tom Haentjens has united 100 artists from 28 countries in a co-creation project, Doedemee to help raise awareness of illiteracy in Africa.
Each has redesigned a poster-sized cover for a book, from the 100 best novels of all time, as defined in the list of the 2003 Observer by Robert McCrum. 
Here are just 10 inspired covers. 
To see all of them, and to read more about each artist, visit the project's website here.

Don Quixote by Lobulo Design (UK)

Frankenstein by Simon Everaert (Belgium)

The Black Sheep by Elien Dauwe (Belgium)

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland by Tim van den Broeck(Belgium)

Little Women by Yael Frankel (Argentina)

The Brothers Karamazov by Ilya Donets (Russia)

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Jens Dawn (Belgium)

Nineteen Eighty-Four by Erik Montovano(US)

One Hundred Years of Solitude by  Margarita Stchetinskaya (Russia)

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