This book cover shows excellent figure ground/negative space. The contours formed by the position of the fox serve as the shape of a boy, I'm assuming "Peter." This empty space also creates a wonderful focal point for the book title to nestle into.
This book cover is well-designed. You can see the background of the book cover. The author put many woods as the background. It is a new style of the book cover. This is a good example of the book cover
The Hobbit, Little Women & Watership Down book covers - design by Jill De Haan -- love the idea of these covers, turning an image into a very simplistic geometric pattern that would then be either die cut, foil inlay, or like a letter press imprint.