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Zoë Kravitz for the Library October 29, 2018 – Posted in: graphic design, Libraries, posters

The American Library Association has released it latest Public Service Announcements (PSAs) for its ilovelibraries initiative. The new READ® poster and video features Zoë Kravitz and combines Kravitz’s library love with the upcoming film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in which she stars.  The poster features Kravitz in her character Leta Lestrange and the video is part film trailer and part Kravitz sharing her thoughts on the magic of books.

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Posters for an Autumn Book Fair in Madrid October 18, 2018 – Posted in: Content, Illustration, Visuals

Spanish artist and illustrator Fernando Vicente‘s latest book-centric illustrations are a set of four posters for the Autumn Book Fair in Madrid, Enjoy!   Previously on Book Patrol: Fernando Vicente does Dracula Portraits by Fernando Vicente Fernando Vicente illustrates The Communist Manifesto

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For the love of the library October 25, 2015 – Posted in: Libraries, Video

Jason LaMotte was very fond of his neighborhood  library in Houston, Texas.  As LaMotte tells the Guardian: I have strong recollections of my neighborhood library in Houston, Texas in the US. I can recall the layout, where certain sections of books were, the smells, and the sounds. And it still carries a magical feeling for me, this special kind of sanctuary full of knowledge, full of stories, all covered in a sense of quiet respect and…

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Tea Time! New Kickstarter campaign blends classic lit with quality tea August 25, 2015 – Posted in: books in design, Content, Illustration, product design

Under the moniker NovelTea Tins John Pujol and Matt Kraemer have launched a Kickstarter campaign to produce a line of organic teas emanating from classic literature. NovelTea Tins has partnered with world class tea aficionados to pair the classics with award winning, organic teas. They also have enlisted the services of Iuliia Glushchuk and Dietrich Kleffel to illustrate the tins. They have two tins ready for production, The Picture of Earl Grey and Don Quixotea, with Tolstoy’s War and…

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