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Do you know books with really good illustrations? Were they made by the author or another illustrator? What do you like about them?

I esp. like the illustrations of Walter Moers. - pic related
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>>7636102
this entire book is like a little work of art. the fonts, margin illustrations etc
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i have some nice illustrated Fasut copy by Harry Clarke
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Anything illustrated by gustave dore
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Came to post this. Paradise Lost, Don Quixote, and The Bible are amazing.
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>>7637210
Don't forget the divine comedy!
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>>7637211

Oh yes! I read somewhere that his illustrations for that are what everyone associates with the book, same with Paradise Lost.
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there's actually a book by moers giving a connecting story to different illustrations by doré
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Alan Lee's work on Tolkien's is pretty awesome.
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Some of the first books i ever read were by Joan Aiken & Jan Pienkowski

I remember being fascinated by the illustrations.
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>>7636102
Bataille's Story of the Eye with Bellmer's stuff
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