A Series of Book Covers Show Literature That Should Exist but Doesn't

By: Alexander Lam - Published: • References: 100daystyleradamsmith.tumblr & fastcocreate
A collection of fantasy book covers by designer Tyler Adam Smith explores unpublished literature that should exist. The book covers have humorous titles that satirize the authors of real books. Over the course of 100 days, Smith created 100 book covers. Each day, he created another humorous book design.

Smith bars no punches as he goes after books that are well-loved and respected by many. The edgy artist named his rendition of a sequel to the Holy Bible "It seems to me that many of you have missed the point: Let's Try This Again." Smith also aimed at popular books in the fiction world. Branching into the fantasy genre, Smith's J.K Rowling novel is named "Now, I F*cking Hate Magic." Stats for Risque Fantasy Book Covers Trending: Older & Mild
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