Cohesive set of book covers with cover art by Timorous Beasties for Vintage.
The Birds & The Bees
Madonna Back In/On Vogue
Our New American Eagle
Thomas Goode & Co.
Wedding Invitations & Heritage Print
A Knighthood For Don McCullin
Lascivious AW16 | Tara
Alladale Wilderness Reserve
Burberry - Makers House Exhibition
The Review Design & Print Awards
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 10 views
- Vee Laroche 8 views
- More Vee Laroche 6 views
- The Less I Know The Better 5 views
- Stoya by Steven Klein 5 views
- The Nude in Vogue 5 views
- Johanna Stickland 5 views
- Lost In Translation 4 views
- Sylvie Guillem 4 views
- Portrait of George Dyer Talking 4 views
- Kelly 4 views
- Alan Clarke: Olympic Stadium Posters 4 views
- Collect 4 views
- Vee Laroche Again 4 views
- Carpets & Curtains 4 views
Stunningly simple and bold cover layout for the latest issue of the New York Times magazine.
…shame it’s for such an American Turkey.
Via: Cover Junkie
Lovely illustrations and packaging for Paris Baguette’s bakery cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants.
I noticed this impressive book when I received an email newsletter from MENDO, a book publisher and online store in the Netherlands. This unique limited edition, Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age pays homage to the 17th-century Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum’s prestigious Gallery of Honour. Lavishly designed with a mix of oil paintings and calligraphy, it will set you back a mere €6500.00. If you’re pocket money doesn’t stretch that far, you can purchase the Regular Edition for €125.00.
I want to get into the mind of Ben Sack who creates these incredibly detailed pen and ink drawings.
Why is that the worst films often have the best film posters.
This one for horror film ‘The Forest‘ is a good example.
I bought this book for Katherine at the weekend – the only person I know who can spend an evening reading about relativity, event horizons, and suchlike – and it really does have the most exquisite cover design.
Seven Brief Lessons On Physics is by Carlo Rovelli and it’s uncoated paper cover features both a plate-sunk recess for the title text and a lovely use of foil-blocking.
As soon as I saw the book I knew that this would be the best film ever…
Because it’s (he’s) art!