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Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect

Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect

A couple of days ago, we told you about Margaret Atwood’s criticism of the Ford Brothers and their habit of, as she put it, “expressing contempt for creative people.” Well, it seems that one of those creative people has decided to wield her creative energy against the mayor and his sidekick with the kind of sardonic wit that has become the hallmark of much recent Ford bashing. Sidra Mahmood subtly Photoshopped classic Atwood novel covers in a bid to render them more Ford-friendly. Even if Doug Ford wouldn’t recognize Canada’s most famous literary figure, with anti-gravy cover treatments like this, he might just be tempted to pick up one of her novels. At Tim Hortons.

Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect
Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect
Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect
Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect
Toronto designer Photoshops Margaret Atwood book covers to gravylicious effect

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