OT: for those that liked the Caurette Wind in the Willows…

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OT: for those that liked the Caurette Wind in the Willows…

huhtikuu 4, 4:27 am

They are about to kickstart a rather lovely version of The Man Who Would Be King.

I thought it might be of interest to some here - i’m certainly going to sign up when they open. Their Wind in the Willows was a really lovely book, and it’s been a while since i felt so excited about a Folio publication.

Overly long link, sorry:

huhtikuu 4, 7:19 am

I'll buy this one, too. I was very happy with their edition of Wind in the Willows, and the illustrations for this one also look really good.

huhtikuu 4, 7:33 am

I love the Caurette 'Wind in the Willows', so I also signed up for this one - thanks for enabling. The illustrations by Armel Gaulme look simply wonderful!

huhtikuu 4, 8:21 am

I love the conceit of the illustrations and the entire concept and style would make an incredible edition of At the Mountains of Madness judging from those foreboding icy mountain passes.

Muokkaaja: huhtikuu 4, 9:55 am

Looks like a winner! I love the movie and the short story.

huhtikuu 4, 10:08 am

Beautiful illustrations! Caurette does make splendid artistic selections.

huhtikuu 4, 5:05 pm

> 4 Where does the Mountains of Madness factor into this? Is that wishlist or does it tie in to the publisher or artist in some way?

huhtikuu 5, 6:10 am

>7 ultrarightist: Sorry for the confusion, it was just my personal hopes for the future; the concept of a sketchbook following that story fits so well and imo the art samples for the mountain passes in this work are right on the money. Mountains should be public domain as well.
I'm definitely backing this project as the art looks great and I'm a fan of the movie version.