Graphic Artworks Inspired by 20th Century American Authors

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As any regular Flavorpill reader knows, we love books over here, and we’re also suckers for graphic art. So it shouldn’t surprise you that we got pretty excited this morning when Largehearted Boy pointed us to a great gallery of artwork inspired by 20th century American authors over at Super Precious. The highly graphic, colorful artworks look like some of the coolest posters or t-shirt designs you’ve ever seen, celebrating authors like J.D. Salinger, Charles Bukowski, and Kurt Vonnegut, among other favorites. Click through to see a few of our favorites from the gallery, and then be sure to head over to Super Precious to see the entire set, and to buy prints of any that strike your fancy.

Destruction of Words, Vaughn Fender. Image via Super Precious

Old Tennis Shoes, Cannery Row, Nathan Hass. Image via Super Precious

A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Josh LaFayette. Image via Super Precious

Vonnegut, Jon DeFreest. Image via Super Precious

Excuses, Josh LaFayette. Image via Super Precious

Thomas Pynchon, Dave Ortega. Image via Super Precious

Doris Lessing, Dave Ortega. Image via Super Precious

Three Orderlies, Emmanuel Tavares. Image via Super Precious

Dead Channel, Ira F. Cummings. Image via Super Precious

Burn & Destroy, Chris Piascik. Image via Super Precious