What looked like Madame Bovary? “The Composite“, a project of Brian Joseph Davis, proposes to make an answer by visualizing the characters of literature in composite Sketch thanks to the descriptions found in books. The Sketches are drawn with composite sketch software used by the police. A great concept!
Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert
She was pale all over, white as a sheet; the skin of her nose was drawn at the nostrils, her eyes looked at you vaguely. After discovering three grey hairs on her temples, she talked much of her old age…Her eyelids seemed chiseled expressly for her long amorous looks in which the pupil disappeared, while a strong inspiration expanded her delicate nostrils and raised the fleshy corner of her lips, shaded in the light by a little black down.
The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith