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“On Your Marks” book jacket designed by Herb Lubalin, 1969, via Herb Lubalin Study Center, Flickr.

“On Your Marks” book jacket designed by Herb Lubalin, 1969, via Herb Lubalin Study Center, Flickr.

The Bees by Laline Paull | 34 Of The Most Beautiful Book Covers Of 2015

34 Of The Most Beautiful Book Covers Of 2015

Penguin Essentials Releases 10 Gorgeous New Cover Designs for Classic Novels

Penguin Essentials Releases 10 Gorgeous New Cover Designs for Classic Novels

Livro Inspiração Do Projeto, Design Da Capa Do Livro, Pinguins, Novelas, Capas De Livros, Capas De Álbuns, Edimburgo, Design Gráfico, Cobertor

We tried loads of photographic approaches for this cover before arriving at this. I created this illustration as a last-minute entry to the Cover Meeting, and amazingly it ended up being the finished jacket.  Here's the finished cover, plus a close-up of the illustration.

We tried loads of photographic approaches for this cover before arriving at this. I created this illustration as a last-minute entry to the Cover Meeting, and amazingly it ended up being the finished jacket. Here's the finished cover, plus a close-up of the illustration.

One of the best books I've ever read written by a pretty fascinating individual. Buck: A Memoir / M.K. Asante

One of the best books I've ever read written by a pretty fascinating individual. Buck: A Memoir / M.K. Asante

Jacket design: David Drummond. (McGill-Queen's University Press, Canada, September 2015.)

Jacket design: David Drummond. (McGill-Queen's University Press, Canada, September 2015.)

Alan Kitching Book – A Life in Letterpress written by John Walter, designed by Jon Kielty, Art Direction by Simon Esterson and published by Laurence King

Alan Kitching Book – A Life in Letterpress written by John Walter, designed by Jon Kielty, Art Direction by Simon Esterson and published by Laurence King

The design of the 'y' made this design interesting. The branches of the tree adds movement to the design and includes a part of the storyline as well. The use of serif type makes the text easy to read.

The design of the 'y' made this design interesting. The branches of the tree adds movement to the design and includes a part of the storyline as well. The use of serif type makes the text easy to read.

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