More Moby-Dick

The internet is awesome, and this is evidence:  Matt Kish has a blog called “One Drawing for Every Page of Moby-Dick,” where he (guess!) makes a drawing for every page of the book.  Like this, the illustration for page 27:

“But Queequeg, do you see, was a creature in the transition state – neither caterpillar nor butterfly.”

Brilliant idea.  And one that’s being published (hooray!).  Note that he just finished a couple of weeks ago.  Well done, Mr. Kish!

I promise to not always post about Moby-Dick.

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2 responses to “More Moby-Dick

  1. Wow, I love projects like this!

  2. Me, too! Your blog (and post every day philosophy) is like this!

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