Moby Dick Illustrated One Day at a Time

Illustrator Matt Kish says he had read Moby Dick eight times already, calling the novel “endlessly revealing.” Feeling a strong need for artistic inspiration, he returned to it.

“I wanted a slow, intense pace through the book so I decided to create one illustration a day, every day, for every single one of the 552 pages of my Signet Classics paperback, and on August 4, 2009 I began.”

He spent about 18 months on it.

Of course, there are other illustrators too.

2 thoughts on “Moby Dick Illustrated One Day at a Time”

  1. thank you for this encouragement, Abby! I love the pics! I love the morning and I”m almost always the first one up in the house. I love the early morning hours and the quiet of early day. That”s when I get my quiet time, reading and reflection in before the hustle of the day. I love to watch the sunrise and begin by giving my day to Him. And I agree with the truth whispered to you, “Time spent waiting on God is never wasted. I love that encouragement! Thank you for these words!

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