A Fantastic, Illustrated Version of ‘Don Quixote’ from the ’60s

There are few books that inspire a reader’s imagination to run as wild as Miguel de Cervantes’ epic tale of the self-dubbed knight-errant, Don Quixote. Spotted by Book Graphics, this vintage edition of the novel featuring lovely illustrations by Spanish graphic design pioneer Roc Riera Rojas does an amazing job of realizing some of the its best scenes, including poor Sancho Panza getting tossed around in a blanket by a band of rogues. Click through for a slideshow of some of our favorite pages, then head over to Book Graphics to do some more exploring.

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