In keeping with the depiction of Flatland given in Abbott's novella, our poster uses text from the book to delineate a simple pentagon - the shape that most Flatlanders call home. As polygons with fewer sides are ruled as too hazardous due to the sharpness of their angles, pentagons symbolize a safe haven in this limited and often dangerous world. The geometric precision of this elegant design gives this poster an instant aesthetic appeal - yet, reflecting the hidden depths of Abbott's unique story, when viewed more closely, that simplicity is revealed to contain the entire tale of Flatland in all its rich complexity.
- Printed on luscious satin-finish paper
- Archival ink
- Poster is created using the entire text of the book
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