A futuristic poster for a truly alpha-plus novel. This iconic cover was designed by Ealing-born Leslie Holland for the first edition of Brave New World in 1932. Although his work was highly acclaimed, Holland preferred to not draw for commercial gain and was most at home being creative within a community of people - a fitting sentiment, reflecting some of Huxley's message - albeit unknowingly, as Holland never read the book.
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