Jacket Copy pointed the way to me this morning to what they called "pithy posters for writers." From the Etsy shop of Obvious State, these clever and visually pleasing literary posters delight me. My favorite is Molly Bloom's soliliquy from the end of Ulysses. Print featured above. Evan Robertson's design appealed even more after reading this description of the product:
For anyone that believes that James Joyce wrote Ulysses as an intellectual exercise designed to torture English majors, I appeal to you to re-read the last lines of this incredible story, which in my illustration form the wings of a butterfly emerging from a cocoon. The additional details of the illustration (the body, hindwings and the cocoon below) are formed from the dominant word in the monologue, "yes."
Other favorites include: