featuring the works of Emma Graves, Greg Heinimann, Jamie Keenan, Jonathan Gray, Julie Jenkins, Holly Macdonald, Katie Tooke, Lucy Stevensons, and James Hutcheson.
Designer: Greg Heinimann
Client: William Heinemann
Designer: Lucy Stevens
Client: Virgin Books
Designer: Jonathan Gray
Client: Visual Editions
Designer: Dan Mogford
Client: Portobello Books
Designer: Anna Morrison
So, got your mouth watering yet? You can go to my blog to see more. There is more to come in the next few weeks!
Here are some covers from Quinn Dombroski’s blog.
Quinn has photographed covers from the Indo-Iranian
languages and literatures section of the
University of Chicago’s Regenstein library.
Here is just a wee selection of some fabulous
covers ranging from Assamese, Hindi, Gujarati
Reblogged from Will Schofield curator of 50 Watts.com
James (Jim) Flora is best-known for his wild jazz and classical album covers for Columbia Records (late 1940s) and RCA Victor (1950s). He authored and illustrated 17 popular children’s books and flourished for decades as a magazine illustrator. Few realize, however, that Flora (1914-1998) was also a prolific fine artist with a devilish sense of humor and a flair for juxtaposing playfulness, absurdity and violence.
Jim Flora once said that all he wanted to do was “create a little piece of excitement.” He overshot his goal with much of his work.
Reblogged from jimflora.com
See more of Cristiana Couceiro work.
Victorinox, the company behind the famous Swiss Army Knife, recently teamed up with UK artist Rob Ryan for a campaign to promote the launch of their new pocket-sized model, the Tomo…More of Rob Ryan’s and his A1 artwork created for Modern Art Cutting will be on display in Victorinox’s London flagship store on New Bond Street. The new Tomo is available at £17.99." —reblogged From Creative Review
These are fun. Blogger and designer Spacesick has turned cult films into paper backs with clever iconic graphics.
Two first time novelists and titles from four independent publishers make up this year’s Man Booker Prize shortlist and, encouragingly, in a sign that printed book design continues to up its game, the covers are in rude
Design by Suet Yee Chong at Ecco
Design by Holly Macdonald
Reblogged from Creative Review
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