One of my favourite classic novels is Bram Stoker’s vampire adventure, Dracula.
I love the mixture of adventure, horror and romance, alongside the writing style with its snippets of Victorian newspapers and diary entries, all used to tell the atmospheric story. Not to mention the chapters set in Whitby, where I’ve spent many days out by the sea.
So when Spineless Classics got in touch and asked if I’d like to receive one of their posters, my first choice was Dracula.
With the slogan ‘A book on one page’, Spineless Classics make posters featuring the full text of a novel. The idea originated with the company’s founder, who created a poster version of Persuasion for his mother. After spotting a gap in the market for literary themed home décor, Spineless Classics was born!
The posters cost from £19.99, with the majority around £35-£45, but they’re large and made from good quality paper stock with a nice, sleek finish. The designs are simple: the text, with a striking graphic that represents something within the story. In the case of Dracula, a heart with two tiny bite marks.
One of these posters would make a great feature piece for your room. I couldn’t help but read different bits of the text, remembering the story and marvelling that it would all fit seamlessly onto one page.
If you’ve got plenty of space, you can even order the complete works of Shakespeare!
So to get you in the mood for Halloween, I’m giving away a copy of the Dracula poster from Spineless Classics. To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below – UK entrants only, I’m afraid.
Many thanks to Spineless Classics for generously sending over a poster for me to review and give away. Naturally all opinions are my own!