This whale-shaped brooch is handmade by collaging pages from a worn or abandoned copy of Melville's Moby Dick onto an off-cut of wood. Each brooch is unique and will most likely feature a different, yet indicative passage of text to the one shown here. The paper is sealed under several coats of glossy varnish.
Care: this brooch is splashproof but we do not recommend submerging it.
This is the cover of the 1930 edition illustrated by Rockwell Kent, which helped to bring the novel to the wider public's attention for the first time. A1 size, 23⅖"...
Ishmael lists the possible meanings (to Ahab) of the whale's whiteness: "...of all these things the Albino whale was the symbol. Wonder ye then at the fiery hunt?". The hand-lettered...
Quotations from this classic novel feature on the cover of this hardback notebook. Sprinkled through the pages are many more quotations from other classic works such as Hamlet, Alice and...
A beautiful pin inspired by the novel Moby Dick. Made from hard enamel with raised gold-plated outlines. Measurements: 1" x ¾". Black rubber pin back.