My sister just started laughing hella hard and i go into the room to see whats shes laughing at and she just points to this picture
harry slother and the procrastinator’s stone
The first and the last ones are the only ones with curtains on the sides. That makes it seem like it’s a play, opening its curtains at the beginning and closing them at the end.
district 9 3/4, bitch
Harry Potter minimalist posters
I don’t know if you guys have ever noticed, but these two book covers are actually pretty special.
At either side of the American covers, there are curtains. Book One and Book Seven are the only books with curtains on the cover. Think of it like a Broadway show. The curtains raise to begin the performance and close when it’s over. Whether this was intentional or not, it’s very fitting. Book One reveals a world new to all of us. We don’t know what’s on the other side, only that it’s full of adventure and magic and new friends waiting to be made. Book Seven’s curtains are there to signify the end of our journey. Everything has been solved and put to rest and the story is over (even though it’ll never really be over). The beginning and the end.
So whether or not this was intentional, which I bet it was, always pay close attention to book covers, as you never know what you may find.
So Alan Rickman was a graphic designer before he became an actor, and nebulousfrog and I theorized over what would be Graphic Designer Snape…