Netflix Shows Turned Into Children’s Storybook Covers Are Flipping Amusing
By Mikelle Leow, 06 Mar 2022
Image via Unbeatable Blinds
Having bedtime stories read used to be a routine for many, but as we’ve grown older these have been traded with Netflix series.
For World Book Day on March 3, Unbeatable Blinds pondered: If people’s favorite shows had been turned into books, would they more likely get reacquainted with reading as an everyday pastime? This question has materialized into a project envisioning popular Netflix titles as artworks that channel actual kids’ bedtime stories.
Dr Seuss’ whimsical The Cat in the Hat inspires “There’s No Places Left For You in Space!”, a suitable concept for the surreal hit movie Don’t Look Up, for instance. Meanwhile, Beth Harmon’s outstanding character portrayed in The Queen’s Gambit mirrors the distinct personalities in the Mr Men and Little Miss book series.
There’s little doubt these books would be just as binge-worthy as their original counterparts had they existed.
“The Tiger Who Came to Eat Me”
Illustrations inspired by The Tiger Who Came to Tea. Image via Unbeatable Blinds
“The Scary Cookie Game!”
Illustrations inspired by Biff, Chip and Kipper. Image via Unbeatable Blinds
“There’s No Places Left For You in Space!”
(Don’t Look Up)
Illustrations inspired by The Cat in the Hat. Image via Unbeatable Blinds
“Little Miss Prodigy”
(The Queen’s Gambit)
Illustrations inspired by Mr Men and Little Miss. Image via Unbeatable Blinds
“That’s Not My Posh Bag…”
Illustrations inspired by That’s Not My… Image via Unbeatable Blinds
“Save Barb from the Demogorgon”
Illustrations inspired by Babar the Elephant. Image via Unbeatable Blinds
[via Unbeatable Blinds]
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