Modern take on the Lord of the Rings book covers, with each illustration capturing the key elements of the story line. The color choice is very appealing to the eye, giving a sense of depth to the imagery. A trilogy that was meant to be one book.
cover for the William Gaddis book Ágape, Agonia designed for Ahab Edições by Andrew Howard studio. I love the collage effect and how the title stands out- on the orange paper so that it is easily spotted.
It’s time for yet another edition of The Comfort of Thingy-ness (check out Vol I/II/III/IV/V)! I’ve come across some pretty awesome covers lately, and of course wanted to share! What have been some of your recent favorites (cover and books)?
"Coraline" by Neil Gaiman, illustration by Karl James Mountford - I enjoy this type of illustration, however, it seems that everyone nowadays is doing this stylistic kind of drawing and I honestly think that it can be way too flat a lot of the time.