It has been a long while since I read that book, but I remember the general theme. Love your poster! Subtle yet strong.
It is strong. And mysterious. Outstanding design!
Ahoy Jennifer,This is a great poster. It would definitely make me want to read the book with that ominous (but not too ominous) harpoon so prominently placed.Great work!Sincerely,Gary
LOVE the harpoon on the old-style handwriting! Beautifully done! I read the book, and saw both versions of the movie [and I always cheer for the whale].The fuzzy gosling thanks you - he thinks he's pretty cute, too.As for the car accident, the most damage was to the cars - some dings and dents. I am feeling better :)Kathryn
thanks :) I will probably read it again in a few years lol
thanks Ann :)
Thanks Gary :) ominous is good, especially with this story :)
thanks Kathryn :) I haven't actually seen any of the movies lol,, should try to find them.Glad the cars took most if the damage, still a pain in the butt and that is good you are feeling better :)
Great poster design... The handwriting is beautiful. I have not read any Moby Dick yet. I might look him up now ;-)
thanks :) the handwriting font is called exmouth and should be found here :) (if I did the coding right for linking)Moby Dick is a pretty hefty book, but worth a read if you make it threw it :)
It is wonderful poster design
thanks Shashi :)
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