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Banners using picture books/photocopies of covers. Perfect for all those covers I have been saving for some unknown reason.

Banners using picture books/photocopies of covers. Perfect for all those covers I have been saving for some unknown reason.

This one can be used at any time. I put up book jackets of different Biographies that we have in the library.

This one can be used at any time. I put up book jackets of different Biographies that we have in the library.

I love these front covers, I can imagine relating this to our magazine by covering it with drawings of pencils, sketch books.

I love these front covers, I can imagine relating this to our magazine by covering it with drawings of pencils, sketch books.

'All Things Bright & Beautiful' by James Herriot. Cover illustration by Tom Duxbury

'All Things Bright & Beautiful' by James Herriot. Cover illustration by Tom Duxbury

#Publication. Artist=David Wardle. I like the illustrations that make up the letters. Because the letters are so thick, it is still very readable.

Top 10 must-reads of April

#Publication. Artist=David Wardle. I like the illustrations that make up the letters. Because the letters are so thick, it is still very readable.

Fahrenheit 451 (60th Anniversary Book Jacket).  This is a book jacket I designed for the 60th Anniversary Edition of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. My concept is the idea of disconnect that is prominent on the book — the characters are disconnected from reality as well as each other. The cover also references 1950's data punch cards.

Fahrenheit 451 (60th Anniversary Book Jacket). This is a book jacket I designed for the 60th Anniversary Edition of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. My concept is the idea of disconnect that is prominent on the book — the characters are disconnected from reality as well as each other. The cover also references 1950's data punch cards.

The Woman Who Read Too Much by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani; design by Anne Jordan (Stanford University Press / April 2015)

Book Covers of Note April 2015

The Woman Who Read Too Much by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani; design by Anne Jordan (Stanford University Press / April 2015)

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