Tuesday, June 17, 2014
There’s nothing more recognizable in Paris than the Eiffel Tower, which opened in 1889. So it is understandable that book-cover artists would be drawn to that iron-lattice landmark. But until Pulp International posted this collection, I hadn’t considered the scope of entertainment Gustave Eiffel’s monument has given bookshop hunters. Sadly, I don’t own any of the featured works.
Posted by J. Kingston Pierce at 8:18 AM