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.
Cover designed by David Pearson, White's Books. White's Books is a small, London-based publishing house of clothbound books featuring wrap-around cover designs. David Pearson is a former Penguin book designer. (source, Jessica Svendsen b
It& time for another edition of The Comfort of Thingy-ness?(check out Vol I/II/III/IV)! I& come across a plethora of awesome book covers, and wanted to share. What have been some of your recent favorites? Comment away!
Bruno Munari, Design as Art 1966 --- This cover depicts icons which grab your attention and give you an idea about what the book might be about. The font is nice and bold so it is easily visible at a small scale.
I love the combination of the wine and the saxophone in this poster. This is a great example of a minimalist design with a double meaning. The saxophone represents the "Jazz & Blues" and the Pouring wine represents the winery where the even is being held.