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The Flame Alphabet by Ben Marcus; design by Peter Mendelsund

Design by David Wardle

Jacket mechanical. Original title for "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."

Helen Yentus, the art director of Riverhead Books, designed two covers for the recently published On Such a Full Sea by Chang-rae Lee. The regular hardcover — which is beautiful in itself (see below) — has a hand-lettered jacket. The second, for a limited edition of the novel, comes in a white slipcase made on a 3D printer. In this video, Helen talks about the 3D printed slipcase, designed in collaboration with the MakerBot Studio

Of Mice and Men Book Jacket By Randee Page

Smart book jacket design for The End of Food by Paul Roberts**

front back cover design by Hans Tisdall is for an exhibit about the history of book cover designs. It's from the 1949 exhibit catalog for The Art of the Book Jacket at the Victoria Albert Museum

Book jacket lettering 1980—1995 by David Quay, via Behance

Book Jacket by rawshock design for Bloomsbury academic

Islam Alfred Guillaume ; a Pelican Original // Read this off someone's shelf a couple of years ago. Concise, clear, well-written.

book jacket by rawshock design

Doubleday Science Fiction Book Jacket designed and illustrated by Emanuel Schongut (circa 1960s). The book is titled All Flesh is Grass. Author Clifford D. Simak.

designed by FBA : I drew from this an idea I have been toying with for my bookshelves. I can run book jacket blanks through my printer: white book covers add a color stripe for each genre and subject (yes, I still value my college books), for a bright and cheery re-do of what has become a cluttered mess. I really like this idea.

"Research Integrity" Series book cover design graphic design book jacket www.chengtsung.com/ www.flickr.com/...

Jacket design: Jason Anscomb (rawshock design). Art direction: Eleanor Rose. (Bloomsbury Academic, publication date n/a.)

The Day of the Locust, design by Alvin Lustig. I loved doing stipple and splatter designs when I was a student.

designed by FBA : I drew from this an idea I have been toying with for my bookshelves. I can run book jacket blanks through my printer: white book covers add a color stripe for each genre and subject (yes, I still value my college books), for a bright and cheery re-do of what has become a cluttered mess. I really like this idea.