Daveed Diggs burst onto the New York theatre scene with his Tony-winning performance in the dual roles of ‘Thomas Jefferson’ and ‘Marquis de Lafayette’ in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway sensation, Hamilton. Before originating these roles, Daveed was already well-respected in the underground hip-hop scene as the vocalist of the West Coast-based experimental trio “clipping.” Daveed has also starred in several TV series including Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, ABC’s Blackish, and HBO’s Tour De Pharmacy.
Reading is a Wonder!
In addition to possessing the strength, grace and wisdom of a true warrior, Wonder Woman knows the super power of reading. Wonder Woman was first introduced to readers on comic book pages more than 75 years ago and her first standalone film starring Gal Gadot was a huge blockbuster. With this poster, you’ll get your readers excited to go on journeys full of action and adventure through reading.
A Constellation of Vital Phenomena
Actor and producer Sarah Jessica Parker is a passionate advocate for libraries and literacy. Ms. Parker has served on the Presidential Committee on the Arts and Humanities to integrate the arts and literature into schools and most recently launched SJP for Hogarth for which she will acquire and curate works of fiction that reflect her own taste as a reader.
Reading is king! This poster featuring actor Charlie Hunnam as King Arthur will excite readers of all ages. The story of Arthur and Excalibur is an epic saga filled with action, adventure and fantasy that has long been a favorite and remains popular today. Acclaimed filmmaker Guy Ritchie's fresh, iconoclastic take on the classic myth was a hit on the big screen, tracing Arthur’s journey from the streets to the throne.
Wizarding world Magizoologist Newt Scamander knows where to find something fantastic...the library. Welcome those in search of Nifflers, Bowtruckles, and Occamies into your library with this poster featuring Oscar® winner Eddie Redmayne as Newt in Warner Bros. Pictures’ feature film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
The Alchemist and various titles
Where the Wild Things Are
What makes Pharrell Williams happy? Reading Where the Wild Things Are and spreading the joy of literacy! Pharrell has taken his passion for literacy to press, transforming his Oscar-nominated song “Happy” into Happy! –a picture book filled with photographs of children across cultures celebrating what it means to be happy.
Sugar Plum Ballerinas: Terrible Terrel
Famous in Love
Sharpy: My Story