That is exactly what Anna Belaya and Dmitry Kostirko from Kyiv did, when they started the Knigli project several months ago, which turns fiction classics into trendy modern posters.
Kyivans have been receptive, buying about 400 Knigli posters per month, each at a cost of Hr 200 ($25).
The typical poster is a paper page of A2 size, framed from above and below. From a distance it looks like a simple monochrome image, but a closer look shows the drawing is actually formed of very small letters. Every single poster is one book, full and unabridged, its letters colored in different shades of gray forming an image related to the book.