Henrik Franklin Creates Bizarre Fake Book Covers for Fictional Novels

By: Amanda Greer - Published: • References: henrikfranklin & itsnicethat
Henrik Franklin's bizarre fake book covers are hilarious designs meant to shock and offend. The Swedish illustrator began creating covers for non-existent books a few months ago and instantly garnered a ton of attention for his creations' strange titles and weird drawings.

One of his most bizarre creations and minimalist designs is that of 'Twats.' While unclear about what this book would actually discuss, the cover art depicts a Medieval knight in armor surrounded by shields and various weapons. It's hard to see why knights relate to the British slang term "twats" the resulting design is hilariously awkward.

Franklin's unique artistic style is a fun take on strangely titled old-fashioned novels. While they might offend some unsuspecting viewers they also demonstrate a cheeky and wry sense of humor. While Franklin's designs are fun to peruse, hopefully they won't appear on real bookstore shelves any time soon. Stats for Crude Fictional Book Covers Trending: Older & Chilly
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