Classic Literature

QUIXOTE'S GIANT is a Spanish windmill featuring the text of Cervantes' Don Quixote. The base is comprised of Part 1, the roof of Part 2, and the arms of the windmill are the ballads by Don Quixote, Antonio, and Altisidora and the sonnet in praise of his horse, Rosinante. The central pivot, windows, and door are the author's preface and dedication. 

QUASIMODO'S VIEW is a painstakingly accurate reproduction of Notre Dame Cathedral's north rose stained glass window (with some artistic license on color ;), comprised of Victor Hugo's Hunchback of Notre Dame.

BANFIRE is created using text from 10 of the American Library Association's "Banned/Challenged Classics," including: Brave New WorldCandideCatcher in the RyeFahrenheit 451, Gone with the WindGrapes of WrathThe Great GatsbyHuckleberry FinnTo Kill a Mockingbird, and Ulysses.

Using over 4,000 of the most common words in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, the PRIDE AND PREJUDICE PEACOCK is inspired by an 1894 book cover. 

Created with the 2,000 most commonly occurring words in Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, a Regency-era dining plate provides the design for the SENSE AND SENSIBILITY HEART

Here is the regency dining plate inspiration for SENSE AND SENSIBILITY HEART.

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