Great eBook Covers

These covers are the winners from Joel Friedlander, The Book Designer (thebookdesigner.com)'s monthly eBook Cover Design Awards. You can see all the entries using this link: http://ow.ly/9ZAQ0
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Kill Shot designed by Damonza.com | JF: Strong composition, typography and scene-setting give this cover its impact. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2017

Kill Shot designed by Damonza.com | JF: Strong composition, typography and scene-setting give this cover its impact. ★

The Thought Cathedral designed by Damonza.com | JF: This thriller cover uses focus not once, but twice to steer us right where the designer wants us to look: at the face revealed in the rectangle, then on the eye at the center of the focusing target. Although other elements are present, they are suppressed to allow the main element to predominate. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2017

The Thought Cathedral designed by Damonza.com | JF: This thriller cover uses focus not once, but twice to steer us right where the designer wants us to look: at the face revealed in the rectangle, then on the eye at the center of the focusing target. Although other elements are present, they are suppressed to allow the main element to predominate. ★

Witch of the Water designed by James T. Egan of Bookfly Design | JF: A masterful combination of image, concept, and typography. The birds help integrate the two elements, and an overall air of mystery and threat represent this occult thriller. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2017

Witch of the Water designed by James T. Egan of Bookfly Design | JF: A masterful combination of image, concept, and typography. The birds help integrate the two elements, and an overall air of mystery and threat represent this occult thriller. ★

The Blood of Princes designed by Katie Birks | JF: The designer has created covers that are obviously related for this series without turning them into “templates”. The economy of the designs helps them communicate, with not too many elements, picking those that are emblematic of the story and its era. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2018

The Blood of Princes designed by Katie Birks | JF: The designer has created covers that are obviously related for this series without turning them into “templates”. The economy of the designs helps them communicate, with not too many elements, picking those that are emblematic of the story and its era. ★

e-Book Cover Design Award Winner for February 2018 in Fiction | Quantum State designed by Dan Van Oss | JF: Great stock art that’s both spooky and chilling, repurposed with solid type styling and lovely textural elements, all combining to draw us into the book.

e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2018

e-Book Cover Design Award Winner for February 2018 in Fiction | Quantum State designed by Dan Van Oss | JF: Great stock art that’s both spooky and chilling, repurposed with solid type styling and lovely textural elements, all combining to draw us into the book.

HOTEL CONSTELLATION: Notes from America’s Secret War in Laos designed by Damon Freeman | DDD: Everything on this is just right – the choice of font, the colours, and the grungy aspect, as well as the strategically-positioned censor stripes over some sections of the text. An excellent cover that entirely suits the book. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2018

HOTEL CONSTELLATION: Notes from America’s Secret War in Laos designed by Damon Freeman | DDD: Everything on this is just right – the choice of font, the colours, and the grungy aspect, as well as the strategically-positioned censor stripes over some sections of the text. An excellent cover that entirely suits the book. ★

Kraken and Canals designed by James T. Egan of Bookfly Design | DDD: The composition is outstanding, elements merge well, and the font choices suit the genre flawlessly. We expected nothing less from Bookfly. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2018

Kraken and Canals designed by James T. Egan of Bookfly Design | DDD: The composition is outstanding, elements merge well, and the font choices suit the genre flawlessly. We expected nothing less from Bookfly. ★

Robin Hood’s Dawn (The Robin Hood Trilogy Book 1) designed by Damonza | DDD: A remarkable cover. All elements blend together seamlessly, demonstrating particular attention to detail. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2018

Robin Hood’s Dawn (The Robin Hood Trilogy Book 1) designed by Damonza | DDD: A remarkable cover. All elements blend together seamlessly, demonstrating particular attention to detail. ★

Caught: A Historical Romance designed by Elena Karoumpali (L1graphics) | DDD: A charming cover, on which the composition is first rate. Each element stands out incredibly well. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2018

Caught: A Historical Romance designed by Elena Karoumpali (L1graphics) | DDD: A charming cover, on which the composition is first rate. Each element stands out incredibly well. ★

e-Book Cover Design Award Winner for January 2018 in Fiction | Ed. A matter-of-fact, funny frog book designed by Monique Piscaer Bailey. | DDD: A wonderful illustration and a fun book cover; I would definitely pick this off the shelf as it transmits such a positive message. Beautiful and unique.

e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2018

e-Book Cover Design Award Winner for January 2018 in Fiction | Ed. A matter-of-fact, funny frog book designed by Monique Piscaer Bailey. | DDD: A wonderful illustration and a fun book cover; I would definitely pick this off the shelf as it transmits such a positive message. Beautiful and unique.

Ghosts in Glass Houses designed by Patricia Lillie | JF: A very effective ebook cover that maximizes readability and knows that just a small amount of illustration can pack in a lot of meaning. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2017

Ghosts in Glass Houses designed by Patricia Lillie | JF: A very effective ebook cover that maximizes readability and knows that just a small amount of illustration can pack in a lot of meaning. ★

Empaths designed by Damonza.com | JF: A beautiful and evocative cover with a figure that perfectly matches the title idea. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2017

Empaths designed by Damonza.com | JF: A beautiful and evocative cover with a figure that perfectly matches the title idea. ★

Journey Back to Me designed by Lynne Holton | JF: An evocative, symbolic cover for this very personal self-help book that will draw readers in. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2018

Journey Back to Me designed by Lynne Holton | JF: An evocative, symbolic cover for this very personal self-help book that will draw readers in. ★

Prove Them Wrong: Be the One to Make It Happen designed by Kathi Dunn | JF: Love the way the designer has gotten rid of distractions and guided us right to the point they book is designed to address. A strong concept with equally strong art and type = win! ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2018

Prove Them Wrong: Be the One to Make It Happen designed by Kathi Dunn | JF: Love the way the designer has gotten rid of distractions and guided us right to the point they book is designed to address. A strong concept with equally strong art and type = win! ★

A Way Out: A Memoir of Conquering Depression and Social Anxiety designed by Jennifer Zemanek | JF: Beautiful and expressive, a lovely solution for this cover.

e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2018

A Way Out: A Memoir of Conquering Depression and Social Anxiety designed by Jennifer Zemanek | JF: Beautiful and expressive, a lovely solution for this cover.

Knight of the Hunted designed by Elizabeth Dunlap | JF: A lovely cover that’s part of a series. The heroine is striking, if looking a bit bemused, and the atmosphere is enhanced by the careful use of color. ★

e-Book Cover Design Awards, February 2018

Knight of the Hunted designed by Elizabeth Dunlap | JF: A lovely cover that’s part of a series. The heroine is striking, if looking a bit bemused, and the atmosphere is enhanced by the careful use of color. ★

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