Tag Archives: Moby-Dick

Do Fictitious Dishes Have Calories

For her very clever photo project called “Fictitious Dishes“, graphic artist/designer/editor/photographer Dinah Fried has reimagined meals for iconic fictional characters. She recreated and staged meals from Moby Dick, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Catcher in the Rye, Alice … Continue reading

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Herman Melville Meets Zeppelin

I am embarassed to admit that I just found out the other day that Herman Melville‘s iconic novel Moby Dick was out of print for decades. In fact, if a copy had not discovered in a secondhand bookshop, the seminal work may have been … Continue reading

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Mapping Moby Dick

The Voyage of the Pequod is one in a marvelous series of twelve literary maps based on American and British classics produced by the Harris-Seybold Company of Cleveland, Ohio between 1953 and 1964. The Map of Moby Dick was created … Continue reading

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Why Not Moby-Dick ?

Inspired by Zak Smith’s Gravity’s Rainbow project and the Blood Meridian project, artist/illustrator/librarian Matt Kish has created the Every Page of Moby-Dick blog, where he posts one drawing per day illustrating each of the 540 pages of the Signet Classic … Continue reading

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