Is This The Greatest Cover For "Fahrenheit 451" You've Ever Seen?
Subversive. This is a book cover concept that edges into the book design (consideration of the book's physical form).
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Book Covers of Note September 2015
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Outside Inside, David Drummond. Simple, but palpable, intellectual, and alluring. And as one thinks about the image a little more, the more nuanced and complicated it becomes - certainly not disappointing.
Illustrator Birgit Schõssow on learning that her image would be on the cover of the Feb. 4, 2013 issue: "For a German illustrator, the goal can seem so very far away. Now, I’m so thrilled. I’ve never made an image with so few things on it, and there it is.” Click-through for a slideshow of past New Yorker covers about winter sports: http://nyr.kr/YzAF1F
Crime novel - Book design! Uses different body parts which are usually present in crime genre. The body parts have been in shape of a gun which is a clever design, as you can easily see which body part is. It is facing up to the top right hand corner of the book which follows the natural eye line, and how the reader will naturally flick to the next page. The book may make them feel more intrigued.
Cover for The Thief by Fuminori Nakamura, Corsair, UK by gray318