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The True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. As told by John Seelye

Contributed by Chris Purcell on Dec 3rd, 2012. Artwork published in .
    The True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. As told by John Seelye
    Photo: Chris Purcell. Clarion Books. License: All Rights Reserved.

    A retelling of Twain’s novel, with the “dirty” language that Twain would have liked to use …

    How do you think they got that distorted reflection in 1970?

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    5 Comments on “The True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. As told by John Seelye

    1. Great! Reminds me of an early digital attempt at distorting Helvetica: FF Schmelvetica, by Chester Jenkins who now runs Village.

    2. Mary Condon says:
      Jun 18th, 2016 10:54 pm

      My husband and I designed this. The distorted type was achieved by photographing the title through textured glass.

    3. Thank you very much for chiming in, much appreciated!

    4. Cool, Mary! Can’t deny that sounds much more interesting (and fun) than applying a digital filter.

    5. More from John and Mary Condon at Book Workship.

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