The Atlantic recently ran a feature on art projects inspired by classic books. The article is very interesting, and worth checking out. One of the featured artists is Jim Lepage, who is a graphic artist who has designed a variety of prints focuses around the books of the Bible. His art is sometimes a little cheesy, occasionally offensive, but invariably provocative and exciting.
Check out his page here.
What do you think of his designs? Which ones are most appealing or interesting to you? Which ones offend you? Does this artist’s response to scripture challenge you to produce your own works in response?