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Can’t Judge a Reader by the Book Cover

By | November 21, 2010 One Comment
The Dodocase

You there! What are you reading? Unfortunately in the brave new world of digital publishing, I’ll never know. Gone are the days of my favorite pastime: judging my fellow morning commuters based on what they are reading. I used to …

10 Book-inspired Logos

By | June 18, 2010 One Comment
The Library of Congress. Designed by Chermayeff & Geismar.

Where will artists and designers draw inspiration from when all that can be digital is digital. What would these logos look like without the book element? How would we visually communicate the concepts of publishing, library, reading, and literature without …

Comic Book Covers as Other Publications

By | May 1, 2010
Models Inc. cover posing as a fashion mag.

One of the design aspects of magazines from the past that I miss is the minimal treatment of the cover. The work of George Lois for Esquire is a clear example. The covers communicated a clear message with a well-directed …

A Magazine to be Folded

By | December 1, 2009
Domus magazine’s origami pages

In the March 2009 issue of Domus magazine there are two hidden images that are revealed when a number of pages are folded at specific angles. The illustrations of Mr. Web and Ms. Web 2.0 were created by Tobias Krafczyk. …

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