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Who says classic adult novels can’t be picture books too? This campaign on Kickstarter hopes to create an illustrated version of Jane Austen’s beloved Pride & Prejudice.
“For our initial goal, Janet [Lee] is producing twelve full-color, full page illustrations of critical scenes from Pride and Prejudice. She’s also producing twenty partial-page black and white illustrations that will flow with the text of the book…As we reach stretch goals, we’ll be adding full-color, full-page illustrations and black and white partial page illustrations to the book, until we’ve reached a total of twenty-four full-page illustrations and thirty partial-page illustrations.”
P.S. Interested in the relationship between text and visuals (between what an author describes and what a reader sees?). Check out What We See When We Read, by famed book cover designer Peter Mendelsund.