This Artist Updates Classic Dr. Seuss Book Covers And They’re Great – Design You Trust

This Artist Updates Classic Dr. Seuss Book Covers And They’re Great

In a bid to keep the creative juices flowing, Boston-based art director (and self-proclaimed typography nerd) Jim Malloy has been reworking classic Dr. Seuss book covers for the current pandemic.

From ‘the places you won’t go’ to ‘the clorox’, these childhood classics get the remix they deserve for today’s crazy times.

More: Jim Malloy, Instagram h/t: twistersifter

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