In Peaces: To Kill A Mockingbird
Redid this book cover in hopes of capturing more of the novel's essence this time.

Set in a small town called Maycomb, To Kill A Mockingbird was written in an era when prejudice ran amok. A recurring theme in the novel is the social segregation due to differences in race, wealth, family histories and so on. In the story, mockingbirds are songbirds that represent the harmless or innocents and therefore the killing of mockingbirds refers to destroying innocents.

Inspired by the outwardly peaceful-looking town that is actually abound with destructive conflict underneath, In Peaces seeks to portray the novel’s theme of innocents falling apart (especially after brushes with evil) in a lighthearted way, reminiscent of how the author depicted dark events in a humorous way.

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