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Classic Sci-fi/Fantasy Travel Posters For Our Literature Nerds



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Locations from the works of Lovecraft, Wells, Tolkien, Clarke, Herbert, and more get the travel poster treatment courtesy of artist Autun Purser. You can check out the rest of his series and buy prints here. Warning: The last poster, of Edgar Rice Burroughs‘ Barsoom series, is NSFW for non-sexualized nudity. I realize most of you probably aren’t working today, but just in case there’s a particularly prudish grandparent standing behind you.

(via: io9)

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  • Anonymous

    and suddenly I don’t feel well-read…

  • Rebecca Pahle

    Try going through the entire list. I felt like such a failure.

  • eloisa

    my Aunty Lauren just got Audi Q5 SUV just by parttime work from a macbook air… find more

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  • TokenOfficeGoth

    I’m such a sucker for any Arrakis joke…

  • Anonymous

    Love the shout-out to Stapledon on the Triffids poster.

  • Nigel Bradley

    I think I’m doing well. Read all except for Barsoom, Lovecraft, Riverworld and Flatland. I’m actually going through the 100 greatest scifi novels on unabridged audio books since I drive a lot, so some might not 100% count as “reading,” but I’m on the road a lot, so…

  • Anonymous

    I admire people who can absorb information aurally. I have to see it written for my brain to retain it.

  • Anonymous

    I love to read, but long car drives have done wonders for my gradual acceptance and skill at listening to audiobooks.

  • Anonymous

    As an English teacher….my wallet just cried out in pain.
    I know what I’m ordering for my walls though!!

  • Anonymous

    audiobooks totally count! you have my official librarian stamp of approval…