Entries tagged as 'poster'
Here's another take on yesterday's quote.
The temperature was still cold in Alberta, Canada in March 1945, so the grass was probably brown and partially covered with snow. But perhaps this lush scene reflects how Klaus and Heinz felt immediately after their escape (page 9):
Immediately after their escape (page 9):
Yesterday's blog post covered the official report of the March 19 escape. Here's our poster for their initial success, with text from the end of Chapter 1 (page 7). The full quote is below, with the missing text in italics.
This quote follows the other 2.
I love the phrase: "black brew". (I hope the quote stands alone as a poster. FYI: it occurs immediately after the quote in the previous post.)
Is this book poster enough to raise your curiosity?
Here's the full quote (from page 49), with the missing part in italics:
(As noted in the book's intro, we preserved the author's informal style -- including long sentences.)
Another book poster!
Wanted: Klaus Conrad. Neither armed nor dangerous.
Canadian Escapades. The exciting tale of a man's desire to be free.
Klaus Conrad's encounter with the real "wanted" poster is described on page 47 of the book. This poster is just our fun variation.
Movies have posters, so how about books? Here's the first of many.
From left to right:
(The original image is from the Chicago Tribune; April 21, 1945. We cropped, colorized and added the text.)