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PopChartLab's 100 Essential Novels
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Literature lovers will feel like they've won the lottery every time they scratch off a title on this novel creation from Pop Chart Lab , a Brooklyn, N. Though many scholars credit Samuel Richardson with "inventing" the novel in , this chart's reading range goes all the way back to The chart features works from classic heavy-hitters like Jane Austen, George Orwell, and Harper Lee, just to name drop a few. Not only does the chart help bookworms keep track of their reading goals, but each novel is represented by an "evocative, hand-drawn cover design," which, when scratched off, reveals a hidden, narrative-specific design detail. For those who enjoy craft libations along with or perhaps more than their classic literature, Pop Chart Lab has a scratch-off poster for that, too. Following the successful creation of these two charts, Pop Chart Lab plans to expand its future selection.
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This visual list of essential novels marries the love of literature with the excitement of a lotto ticket. There are also running lists of albums to listen to, things to learn, projects to finish, places to visit, and books to read. What if to-do lists were visualized in a beautiful way meant to serve as art as well as a reminder to finish the damn thing, whatever that thing may be? On 18 " x24 " archival stock, the print is made up of classic novels from to the present. Each book has its own hand-drawn design, partially covered by gold foil. I love the analog beauty of this to-do list, but my digital-reliant self also appreciates a way to keep this list on the go as well.
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