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Empire Rising This book cover actively utilizes the type as complementary element, which adds balance to the hero image. I love when typography takes a more visually active role in a composition. I think its one of the few times that most common readers may take second to appreciate the attention to detail that it takes to skillful skew type to achieve the three dimensional effect.

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This is an actual book. The cover is great. It's something that I could imagine could be on one of our Personal Yearbooks. I like how it's simple but you can tell has a lot of meaning.

Fortune Magazine, February 1954. Cover artist: Erik Nitsche.

Collect (Australia) love the use of a simple photo with two different fonts used. Also love the font you want to read first, how its in white and in a diff. font.

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