Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Similar Covers: Painted Toes

Way back in February 2009, Alea at Pop Culture Junkie posted a series of lookalikes that featured feet on dashboards and included The After Life by Daniel Ehrenhaft. At the time, I mentioned What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty and wondered if the same painted toes were on that cover. Now that I’ve found a third cover with similar toes (Salvaged by Stefne Miller), I thought I’d share the lot with you. What do you think? Are they the same feet? I think so...

The After Life by Daniel EhrenhaftWhat Alice Forgot by Liane MoriartySalvaged by Stefne Miller

The After Life was published by Razorbill (a Penguin imprint) in 2006, What Alice Forgot was published by Pan Macmillan Australia in 2009, and Salvaged just came out with Tate Publishing in May 2010.

And here’s another post featuring lookalike covers of bare (and other) feet: Double Dip Redux (at Jacket Whys)

13 comments:

  1. They look like the same feet to me!

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  2. Different poses but those toes looks the same! Makes me wanna paint my toes red now.

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  3. I agree with Ti and Kathy -- I think those are all the same toes! Thanks for the tickle!

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  4. I have one for you: All emily giffin books and a new book by Gail Caldwell. Pictures are here: http://littlelitlove.wordpress.com/2010/08/11/giffin-impostor/

    I was excited that I found this one but you have found a zillion - I'm so jealous!!! Awesome job!

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  5. The first and the third definitely look the same!

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  6. I really enjoy book covers with similar pictures. I never notice them, but i'm so surprised when I see so many. Is it really hard to be original?

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  7. This post reminds me I need to paint my toenails.

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  8. I'm almost positive that those are the exact same feet! I really need to go paint my toes...

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  9. Mmmmm...makes me wonder about red nail polish. Is it supposed to say something about the main character or women in general?

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  10. I agree with rhapsody that the 1st and 3rb books feet look the same. It's more difficult to tell with the 2nd book but all of the feet look very similar because of the red painted toes which look awesome. I'd really like to get a pedicure...I was saying last week that I wanted to get a pedicure and now I really want one!

    Thank you for another great "covers" post, Avis!
    ~ Amy

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  11. Wow, i love your posts!! Would you like to participate in my Bookish Ninja blog thingy? I'm here to personally invite you.

    http://imabookishninja.blogspot.com/2010/08/overview.html

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