Animal Farm Art Print (Artist – Martin Casey)
George Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegorical novel published in 1945. It tells the story of the animals of Manor Farm, who rebel against their cruel master Mr. Jones. The animals hope to create a society where they can be free, equal and happy. However, their rebellion is slowly betrayed by the very animals who had promised freedom for their comrades. The maxim of their rebellion “All amimals are equal” slowly morphes into “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” Orwell’s powerful novella is an allegory of events in the Soviet Union following the Bolshevik Revolution and is widely regarded today as one of the most influential and popular books of the twentieth century.
About the Artist
This print was designed for LitVox by Martin Casey. Martin is an artist, animator and screenwriter from Dublin, living and working in Vancouver.
We print all of our pieces in Dublin on 350gsm premium ivory card with a silk finish. LitVox only use high-quality materials and inks for our original artwork.
We create or commission all the prints in the LitVox studio, and they cannot be found anywhere else. All of our prints are original creations, and we work hard to promote the artists and designers we work with. At LitVox, we add to our collection regularly. Keep checking in to see the wonderful additions to our print studio! If you’re an artist with a passion for books, you can find out how to contribute to the LitVox project here.