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The House That Trane Built


Client:   W.W. Norton

Added:   December 06, 2007

Updated:   February 15, 2013

Views: 3090


1: Final Cover.

2: Full jacket design.

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Kellner Design said on April 09, 2008

Very cool. The album spines are inspired: they work as design and serve the book's thesis. That's what I call cost-benefit design, and not everyone seems to get it. Man, I can just about hear that tenor sax moanin'...

Jason Gabbert said on April 24, 2008


Steve Gardner said on May 06, 2008

One of my favorites! Hmmmm... okay... you've got allot of favorite votes... but, still... this is tops!

Brandon Hill said on August 18, 2008

As a jazz saxophonist–-I love it. As a cover designer-- I love it. that's a double-win from me.

Steve Cooley | Cooley Design Lab said on August 21, 2008

Very, very nice.

Ana Sofia Mariz said on October 16, 2008

This absolutely drag my attention. On the screen you kind of thing it's 3 dimensional. Great insight!

Tony Querio said on April 27, 2010

I love the album spines.

Jacob Covey said on July 19, 2010

I thought I'd commented on this years before-- the design is painfully "obvious" and smart. Really love it.

Charles Brock said on July 19, 2010

Thanks Jacob.