That’s The Thing About Books, Jhumpa Lahiri


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The canvas print embodies Jhumpa Lahiri’s wanderlust-inducing words from The Namesake: “That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.”

Set against a backdrop reminiscent of far-off destinations and exotic locales, the quote celebrates the transformative power of literature to transport us to distant lands and cultures. As viewers engage with the artwork, they are swept away on a literary journey, exploring new horizons and experiencing the magic of travel through the pages of a book. The illustration captures the essence of adventure and discovery, inviting viewers to embark on a voyage of the imagination.

Perfect for avid readers and travel enthusiasts alike, this print is a timeless tribute to the transformative power of storytelling. It is a testament to the enduring allure of travel and the endless adventures that await within the pages of a good book.

Through Lahiri’s evocative quote, the canvas print invites viewers to embark on a journey of the mind, encouraging them to embrace the world of literature as a gateway to new experiences and endless possibilities.


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