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    Book cover design

  • Nina LoSchiavo

    The House of Sleep designed by High Design NYC.

  • Sabrina Ricci

    The House of Sleep by Jonathan Coe, US 1999 cover #bookcover

  • la raffinerie

    Abby Another metaphor stand out for book cover. the actual picture is not a picture of a human sleeping in side the house yet with a picture of a bed with many nail to stand for a place for sleep. however, the bed with many nail make it look interesting. because it is not a smooth or beauty looking bed but a scary bad. so there will be a question, a house to sleep? is it a mystery or horror?

  • Sally Skinner

    white type and graphics, colours, recessive background

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