The Cover Art That Most Missed The Point of Man in the High Castle

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Philip K. Dick’s classic novel The Man in the High Castle offers cover designers a few creative directions to go in. There’s Nazi imagery. Japanese flags. Images of an occupied United States. But as Atlas Obscura shows, some overseas designers went in a decidedly different direction.

Apart from the three selections above—swinging travelogue, green blobby monster, and “intergalactic disco star on the run”—there are some other fairly inexplicable choices (including one naked lady) over at Atlas Obscura.

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