Tag Archives: Frank Herbert

“The mystery of life isn’t a problem to solve, but a reality to experience.”

I must admit that I am more than a bit curious to see the latest film version of the sci-fi classic Dune. Although David Lynch’s Dune is regularly panned, I enjoyed it with some reservations when it was first in theaters. My first exposure … Continue reading

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Dune, Now and Then

Science Fiction fans around the world—myself included—were excited to see the first trailer for the new Dune film last week. (see below)Although I enjoyed the first cinematic interpretation of Frank Herbert’s interstellar saga, like many I found David Lynch’s version lacking in … Continue reading

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Into The Wild

The South Africa-based design studio Muti has released a killer series of book cover redesigns for group of iconic novels. I love the fresh typography and the great color palette.

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Covering The Galaxy

Later this year, Penguin US will be re-issuing six hardcover versions of sci-fi and fantasy classics from its Galaxy Series with eye-catching typographic foil covers by New York City-based Spanish designer Alex Trochut. The iconic novels will each have an introduction … Continue reading

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