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Beautiful Literary Inspired Graffiti

Put aside your opinions on graffiti for a few minutes. Now scroll down and take a look at literary-inspired graffiti found around the world. You may just want to frame these author portraits and bookish quotes… 

Rare & Racy, book and music store in Sheffield, UK.

Image courtesy of Mehmet Zeki Günay

Jean-Paul Sarte, in Yerevan, Armenia.

Image courtesy of Karl Rahder

 

Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

Image courtesy of Emily Babb

 

Kurt Vonnegut

Image courtesy of sunniednk

 

Thomas Pynchon, The Trystero symbol from ‘The Crying of Lot 49’, in New York City

Image courtesy of Nade.

 

Charles Bukowski’s, in Montreal, Canada.

Image courtesy of Jacob Siefring.

 

Sylvia Plath

Image courtesy of A Picture of Politics

 

James Joyce and Vladamir Nabokov

Image courtesy of YouAreTheGovernment

 

Friedrich Nietzche

Image courtesy of Jean Jacques Terreur

 

Robert Frost, “Two road diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less traveled by; and it has made all the difference.”

Image courtesy of A Picture of Politics

 

Samuel Beckett, in London, UK

Image courtesy of Alessandro T

 

William Black, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, in Sydney, Australia

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