This week at the Ayn Rand Institute, employees got a sneak peek at a new Atlas Shrugged banner, created in celebration of the novel’s 60th anniversary. The banner features various Atlas Shrugged book covers from around the world. “These are graphically interesting covers from Japan to Russia,” according to Ayn Rand Archives curator Jeff Britting.
The banner will officially debut at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books in April. “We’ve had a booth at the festival for over ten years,” said Britting, who looks forward to the event every year. “The multitude of Ayn Rand fans from all walks of life is amazing. We plant a flag and they rush up to share their stories. It’s really inspirational.”
Drop by to see it in person, April 22 and 23.