Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley

Cover art by Christopher Komuro. In select bookstores, or in back and at this site, customers choose the cover art for classic works from a catalogue of designs created by artists from The Creative Action Network.

Frankenstein- Mary Shelley.   Penguin Clothbound Classics, designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith.

Frankenstein - by Mary Shelley. Penguin Clothbound Classics, designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith.

typeverything:  Typeverything.com - Frankestein book cover by Maciej Ratajski.

Creative Covers This Frankenstein, book cover is right up my street and quite inspirational for the work I’m doing at the moment. It’s was design a few years ago by Maciej Ratajki, a designer based in.

Mary Shelley knew, mark my words.

Mary Shelley knew, mark my words. // i mean no shit she knew, the memorable character is the creation and the title is frankenstein and by weird human logic the creation must be frankenstein

Literally the worst main character ever. Anytime anything happened, he just got sick!//// Love the Prometheus reference by necro-romantic, esp cuz of the books other title. So clever :P

I mean, Victor probably represented Mary Shelley herself, but yeah she was close friends with Byron and made Frankenstein as part of a ghost story competition with her husband and Byron among others.

❀ pinterest: @anamx14 ❀

This quote is a voice from the monster. When the monster does speak, we see that he is unhappy and feels that his being or existence is not wanted.

I've read most of these, (Frankenstein is my favorite book on this list) but there are some that I haven't gotten to yet... 30 Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lives

30 Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lives

I've read most of these, (Frankenstein is my favorite book on this list) but there are some that I haven't gotten to yet. 30 Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lives

NonBinary Review issue #2 theme: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, publication September 2014   image: Joaquín Pertierra | Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

As I focused on the mysterious figure of Joaquín Pertierra I discovered the legacy of a restless graphic artist who, while faithful to his era, also looked

Pinterest
Search