Monday, December 14, 2009

In time for Christmas: Penguin does Posters!

A week ago, I got in the mail a nice package from Penguin Publishing with some excellent posters they'd made of my cover artwork for Don DeLillo's "White Noise". I did a blog entry a few months ago about the creation of that jacket illustration, but I didn't know at the time that they were planning to make posters from it -- a nice surprise.

Anyway, mine isn't the only artwork that Penguin decided on. They also printed up a great poster from Tony Millionaire's remarkable "Moby Dick" cover.

They're both available for purchase from the Penguin website, and would make terrific stocking stuffers for book and comic fans. Check out the links below to get your copy today:

Order the "White Noise" poster
Order the "Moby Dick" poster


Arkonbey said...

Coolness! I'd often thought that this would be a great thing for publishers to do (although I was thinking kid's books).

Thanks for showing the Moby Dick stuff. I'm going to get the poster AND the book (I already have a rather old copy, but the forward by the guy who wrote In the Heard of the Sea is a a big draw)

Jason Chalker said...


Michael Cho said...

Arkonbey: I know what you mean -- often I wish my fav book or album covers could be giant posters.

Jason: thanks, Jason.