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Tag Archives: Cover Art
Inspired by pulp periodicals and pop culture, Massachusetts-based illustrator Stephen Andrade creates brilliant retro-style magazine covers for imagined publications. Andrade cleverly incorporates contemporary television, cinema, and literary references in his 40s and 50s style cover art.
Two years ago I shared a story about German designer Henning M. Lederer’s clever animated book covers. Now he’s back with another set of intriguing 20th century abstract cover design animations.
British illustrator Steven Wilson has created some mindblowing cover art for Knopf Doubleday’s Vintage Books imprint’s new H.G. Wells series. The Time Machine reissue even comes with a set of 3D glasses.
German graphic artist Henning M. Lederer has turned vintage book covers into a mesmerizing series of animated gifs. Check out the video of the project and visit the website to learn more.
I haven’t always been completely enamored with Michel Faber’s novels, but I’m still thinking about “The Book of Strange New Things” months after reading the book. Next week, the UK version of the paperback edition will be released with stunning … Continue reading
What if some of the world’s best-selling record albums had been books instead ? Well, British designer and art director Christophe Gowans has that covered in his brilliant series entitled “The Record Books”. Here are a few choice examples, but … Continue reading
I know, some of you are shaking your heads and saying “enough with the cover art”, but too bad, cause here’s some more. This year John Le Carré’s U.S. publisher Penguin has reissued most of his novels with stunning new … Continue reading
You’ve got to love Chicago-based artist/designer Christian Jackson’s clever reimagining of covers for classic children’s books and fairy tales.