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Enlightenment 2.0 design by David Gee

Enlightenment by Joseph Heath – design by David Gee (HarperCollins Canada / April

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Karate Chop by Dorthe Nors | Carol Hayes

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Best cover 2014 - Karate Chop by Dorthe Nors; design by Carol Hayes (Graywolf February

I immediately got pulled in by the intriguing white negative space that reminded me of slot canyons, and saw the figure at the bottom.  I think the use of two scales of humans is really interesting, as well as the placement of text that plays with the solid/void image.

Book cover design for a novel called 'Bir Bar Filozofu' ('A Bar Philosopher')…

BOOK DESIGN /// Sick Cities: Psychology and Pathology of American Urban Life by Mitchell Gordon

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/ Design: Donald Crews / I posted the the 1963 hardcover (non-Penguin) version of this book in DBG Design: Stanley Clough

I really liked the beginning to mid part of this book because it tackles a very interesting and novel idea for alien species. It goes far beyond little green men, and I admire that. Also, Hoyle was a physicist and this makes the book much better than what you'd read from any random sci-fi popular science wannabe who does some "research" for few months. The world needs more scientists turned authors. The book also (Gasp!) contains math in between prose. Awesome.

John Griffiths book cover for Fred Hoyle’s The Black Cloud, I saw in The Guardian that Penguin book illustrator John Griffiths had died and it seemed appropriate to share one of his striking covers.

The Learners, Chip Kidd. Scribner, 2008. Designer/Illustrator: Chris Ware.

The Learners - Design firm: Chip Kidddesign - Art director: John Fulbrook III Designer: Chip Kidd - Illustrators: Charles Burns (drawings), Chris Ware (lettering)

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Neil Donnelly with art direction by Andy Pressman: Critique of Everyday Life