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Joshua Landsman’s Visual Reading Diary.

Joshua Landsman uses the entire page—drawings, illustrations, tipped-in clippings, typography . . . it’s all a part of his presentation.

The “Writers I Have Loved” portfolio

Evelyn Waugh


Wally Wood

William Burroughs (I think this is my favorite of all the designs.)

Samuel Beckett / Henry Moore

George Orwell

Marcel Proust

Andy Warhol . . . or Pat Hackett?

Thomas Pynchon

James Joyce

“Anomalies & Curiosities Of Medicine,” 1896

Al Jaffee / Isaac Asimov

“God loves the simple folk”

J. D. Salinger

William Gaddis

J. G. Ballard

Ayn Rand / D. H. Lawrence

Dawn Powell

Fawn Brodie

Charles “Sparky” Schulz

The first page of a Schulz-inspired strip

Things Ludwig Wittgenstein didn’t say. . . but Landsman did.

Isaac Bashevis Singer

Wilhelm Reich

Joseph Heller

The mailer that Joshua put together for an exhibit of the “Writers I Have Loved” project held recently at Chicago’s J. Andrews Salon

A shot from the show. Joshua Landsman is the gentleman in the white shirt with his arms crossed, left of center.

You might also enjoy Steven Brower’s recent posts of the visual art of famous writers (part one and part two)—or Danny Gregory’s An Illustrated Life: Drawing Inspiration from the Private Sketchbooks of Artists, Illustrators and Designers.

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