Looking Good: Best Designed Books Covers of 2012 July 3, 2013 – Posted in: book design – Tags: graphic design, Illustration
The folks at Design Observer have announced the winners of their annual 50 Books/50 Covers contest and as is par for the course they have chosen some amazing book and cover designs. As writers, we know just how important the graphical design of a book cover can be – it can influence buying decisions and improve response to the book. It’s always been our priority to recommend Graphic Design Companies to authors – to ensure book launches are successful.
With that said, here’s a healthy sampling of some my favorites from the book cover selections:
Shoplifting from American Apparel by Tao Lin, Melville House. DESIGNER: Christopher King
Lead image Girl Land by Caitlan Flanagan. DESIGNER: Lindsey Andrews
Is there a favorite cover design of yours that they missed?
This post originally appeared on Book Riot.
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