Art Around the Office
Book covers aren’t the only place to see Harlequin artwork! The Harlequin office is decorated with all kinds of interesting works of art, from vintage covers to real paintings that you may recognize from your bookshelf. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the some of the art that graces the hallways of Harlequin HQ in Toronto.
Let’s start with the perhaps the most infamous piece of art around the office. You can find this painting from the Deathlands series in a conference room.
A vintage Mack Bolan cover is a nearby hallway:
Some of the many vintage covers from the history of Harlequin and Mills and Boon:
Yes, those are wine bottles dressed as cowboys 🙂
Welcome to the ’80s in these examples of quirky cover art!
And more modern cover art around the office:
The original artwork from the hardcover edition of Back on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber.
Do you recognize any of our artwork from books you’ve read? Which piece of art is your favorite?
We want to know what else you’d like to know about Harlequin! What would you like to get a behind-the-scenes look of?