Literary Paraphernalia: Writerly Art Prints

After several months of simply thinking about getting around to buying furniture at some possible date in the near future, I have decided to actually buy furniture. My walls feel empty, and I’m no longer in that awkward in-between-paychecks-and-jobs stage. In the spirit of filling up my empty walls, I took a look around on Etsy. I found a shop called Obvious State that sells literary prints and other bookish goods, like custom-picked notebook sets.

But really, I lingered at Obvious State’s shop because of their section of literary prints, each well-designed and with similar aesthetics. I imagine one or two posters above my writing desk, a reminder of why to keep going. Below are just a few posters from the Etsy shop’s inventory, but I found these ones particularly relevant to writers.

“All Truths Wait In All Things” Walt Whitman Poster

“Do A Fabulous Story” F. Scott Fitzgerald Poster

“Write Drunk; Edit Sober” Ernest Hemingway Poster

“Poets Are Always Taking The Weather So Personally” J.D. Salinger Poster

“Do I Dare” T.S. Eliot Poster

“Beauty is Truth” John Keats Poster

“Is There No Way Out” Sylvia Plath Poster

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About Melanie Figueroa

Melanie is the Editor-in-Chief at The Poetics Project. She has a masters in writing and book publishing from Portland State University and a passion for stories in all their forms. Her favorite book is The Bell Jar. You can follow Melanie on Twitter or Instagram @wellmelsbells.
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