Bruno Munari, Design as Art 1966 --- This cover depicts icons which grab your attention and give you an idea about what the book might be about. The font is nice and bold so it is easily visible at a small scale.
Rudolph de Harak was a legendary American graphic designer who is well-known for his book cover designs for McGraw-Hill during the and A modernist at heart, de Harak also designed record covers for Columbia and Westminster, as well as these lovely clocks.
This would be a great idea for those times i need the large cutting table for those incredibly big projects aka backdrops and wedding formals. Floyd Leg - clamp-on legs (available in 5 colors) works with material up to thick.