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The ORIGINAL illustrations in A.C. Doyle's Sherlock Holmes cannon, and the ORIGINAL illustrations in books by Dickens. In Dickens case I feel the illustrative plates perfectly capture the feel of the writing style.
― Steven Wright
― Ernest Hemingway
- A. Beauchamp.
To summarise I'm not a huge fan of illustrations in books but I think art can be really effective if it's there for a purpose like to make the book more interactive.
rikka wrote:Do you guys think that books with art in it are preferable than books without graphics? If so, what type of art do you guys prefer? (cute children's book-like art, realistic, abstract, etc...)
I like more realistic art, but it's all personal preference.
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