Andy Miller, author of The Year of Reading Dangerously, recently asked his incredibly talented friend Jim’ll Paint It to paint him a picture. For those of you unaware of Jim’ll Paint It’s work, he sums it up perfectly in his own words: ‘Got something in your brain that you’d really like to see with your eyes? Just ask and if I like the sound of it I’ll paint it for you for free using incredibly high tech and sophisticated MS Paint software.’
Allowing us an unrestricted glimpse into his bibliophilic mind Andy Miller put pen to paper and made this request…
To mark the publication of my new book, please could you paint Dan Brown sinking to his knees in despair after being humiliated in a game of crazy golf by Herman Melville, author of ‘Moby-Dick’, much to the wild appreciation of a crowd of spectators including Jane Austen, T.S. Eliot, William Shakespeare and Michel Houellebecq.
And here is the result in all of its literary glory! As Andy says, “This really does prove a picture is worth a thousand words. Or in this case, seventy-five thousand.”