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The Art of Immersion

The Art of Immersion

Japanese Magazine Cover: Design, Vol. 1. Yusaku Kamekura. 1960

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Japanese Magazine Cover: Design, Vol. 1. Yusaku Kamekura. 1960

How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming

How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming

Amsterdamse Kunstraad - Annual Report

Amsterdamse Kunstraad - Annual Report

Type Addicted

Type Addicted

Censoring an Iranian Love Story

Censoring an Iranian Love Story

The Way Through Doors

The Way Through Doors

On the Road

On the Road


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'1984' Sales Have Skyrocketed. Here’s What To Read Next. | The Huffington Post

'1984' Sales Have Skyrocketed. Here’s What To Read Next.

'1984' Sales Have Skyrocketed. Here’s What To Read Next. | The Huffington Post

A Chance Meeting

A Chance Meeting

The Double and The Gambler

The Double and The Gambler

great gatsby cross stitch - Google Search

great gatsby cross stitch - Google Search

STEPHANIE This is a completely different take on the popular children's story/movie. The hole on the cover adds depth and draws in our attention into the world of Alice's Adventures Wonderland in a literal sense that the hole is created by a stack of paper:

STEPHANIE This is a completely different take on the popular children's story/movie. The hole on the cover adds depth and draws in our attention into the world of Alice's Adventures Wonderland in a literal sense that the hole is created by a stack of paper:

This book cover is so simple yet so strong. I love the idea of the 'A' peering over the blue 'water' to represent the sharks fin.

This book cover is so simple yet so strong. I love the idea of the 'A' peering over the blue 'water' to represent the sharks fin.

Author: Vladimir Nabokov    Artist: Emmanuel Polanko    There are many fan-made covers of this classic book, but this one is our favourite, by the Polish designer Emmanuel Polanko. Minimal, stylish and elegant, with the flourish on the 'o' completing the impression of the young Lolita's face beautifully. Also read "Reading Lolita in Iran"

Author: Vladimir Nabokov Artist: Emmanuel Polanko There are many fan-made covers of this classic book, but this one is our favourite, by the Polish designer Emmanuel Polanko. Minimal, stylish and elegant, with the flourish on the 'o' completing the impression of the young Lolita's face beautifully. Also read "Reading Lolita in Iran"

The Design School Guide To Visual Hierarchy – Design School

The Design School Guide To Visual Hierarchy

The Design School Guide To Visual Hierarchy – Design School

Great book cover design!

Great book cover design!

Things We Didn't See Coming, book cover

Things We Didn't See Coming, book cover

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