February 10th, 2015
Covers I Like
"Covers I Like" will be a recurring edition to my blog, where I will share some designs I find inspiring. Hope you do too!
THE COLOR IS STRIKING, THE TEXT STANDS OUT YET FITS IN THE WORLD OF THE CITIES, AND COMBINED WITH THE UNIQUE SHAPE OF THE WATERCOLOR, THIS DESIGN TRULY CREATES A COMPELLING COVER.
A Thousand Pieces of You, published by HarperTeen / Lead Designer: Alison Klapthor
IT'S SIMPLE, THE TEXT IS LARGE AND POWERFUL, AND THE NUMEROUS WAYS THE BLOOD NEARLY TOUCHES THE TITLE ADD INCREDIBLE TENSION.
Red Queen, published by Orion Books
Hilarious combination of title and image!
How to be a Husband, published by Blue Rider Press
The big blue spool grabs your attention, but the typography keeps it elegant.
A Spool of Blue Thread: a novel, published by Alfred A. Knopf (division of Random House, LLC) / Design by Kelly Blair
Cute and fantastic colors.
All's Fair in Love and Cupcakes, published by Thorndike Press / Designer Sara Wood
A perfect harmonious complementary color scheme with gold that shines elegantly among a foreboding backdrop.
The Nightingale, published by St. Martin's Press