Friday, May 18, 2012

Lit Title Parodies

So, for nearly this entire lovely afternoon, I have been playing on paint. I know it's been awhile since my last post, but hopefully all my hard (though not skilled) work on paint will have been worth the wait.
Post Exigency! A few days or so ago, my friend and I were chatting about literature, as we often do because you know, we're a couple of cool teenagers. Somehow we ended up discussing title parodies, coming up with a couple that will be on here. Today I thought of a few more and then drew up some super gorgeous book cover parodies. Well, here they are:

Alright, starting with the original. My friend and I came up with a couple for Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms. We went for the opposite, being A Hello to Arms.

 Then we got weird, and thought it could be literal arms.

And I spelled prosthetics right on the first try! Bam!

And then with our amusement somehow we came up with this one. Don't question us. Don't judge us. Or my cat drawings, for that matter.

Gatsby, obviously. The shirt thing always got me in this book...

The Scarlet Letter, now bedazzled. (it's sparkly, I promise, it's just not showing up as well on here).

Catcher in the Rye. If you've read it, you'll get why it's funny that he swears.

Yep, that's all I got. If I think of more, you think of one you'd like me to do, I'll post another series of pictures. But for now that is all. I apologize if the pictures are not super clear, but I think you can read the speech bubbles. Yes, I believe that is all I have to say for this post.

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