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    "La única cosa que no se rige por la regla de la mayoría es la conciencia de uno mismo." (Atticus Finch)

    When the Doves Disappeared by Sofi Oksanen; design by Kelly Blair (Knopf / February 2015)

    SO clever, and the minimal use of color is beautiful. Another book jacket that gives the reader a puzzle to solve right away, and even with so much going on, this design is clean and comprehensible.

    Sherlock Holmes White's Publishing //// I like how the string is chaotic and is suppose to represent smoke.

    Recover of John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men". Using creative imagery representative of character elements.

    Inspired Design: Coralie Bickford-Smith - Home - Creature Comforts - daily inspiration, style, diy projects + freebies

    i like this font becasue they all have differwent pictures ansd storys to tell inside each one. book jacket design by David Wardle - Dear Lucy by Julie Sakkissian

    Robin Hood ist wohl eher Wilhelm Tell aber die Idee ist klasse!

    The Diary of a Nobody by George Grossmith - Books - Cover Lorenzo Petrantoni - Random House Books Australia

    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.

    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, book jacket designed by Alvin Lustig 1945

    “On Your Marks” book jacket designed by Herb Lubalin, 1969, via Herb Lubalin Study Center, Flickr.

    // The Comfort Of Thingy-ness... more book covers from fab svetlana bilenkina

    We tried loads of photographic approaches for this cover before arriving at this. I created this illustration as a last-minute entry to the Cover Meeting, and amazingly it ended up being the finished jacket. Here's the finished cover, plus a close-up of the illustration.

    What the....? Only reason I pinned it was Scarborough is a family name and I thought it maybe a book I would want to read.

    It's been quite a while since I posted The Comfort of Thingy-ness Vol II, so I've been compiling a list of some of my favorite book covers, and I've finally been able to narrow the list down to 24! I…