Concepts on harry potter books, haven't seen them before but it is a new way of depicting the heavily illustrated books with what looks like a more screen printed theme.

Image Credit: M. Corley -- Are These Fan-made ‘Harry Potter’ Covers Better Than the New Redesign? By Alison Herman

A punk zine cover, I picked this out because of the use of collage to create the imagery.

Created November A Special Edition COLOUR version of an old classic! Made in the true cut & paste style, this zine pays homage to the punk zines of old.

Interesting way of portraying the book cover, shredded styled possibly emphasising a theme in the book of misinformation.

Author: Adam Roberts Publisher: Gollancz/Orion Pub Group Publication Date: April 2009 Genre: Science Fiction Design Info: Designer: Sanda Zahirovic Art_director: Lucie Stericker Typefaces: Andale Mono DIN 1451

interesting little thing using the strong direct colours and graphics illustration, almost as if info graphics.

Disorders of Memory and Learning - George A. Talland - 1968 Penguin Education Cover Design by Martin Bassett

Zine for Motown/ Northern soul styled music, using the imagery of records it has the old theme and styles from then.

Zine for Motown/ Northern soul styled music, using the imagery of records it has the old theme and styles from then.

this cover is very limiting however it has an interesting style, keeping the name of the book on the spine, it gives itself space for a random pattern across the entire cover.

this cover is very limiting however it has an interesting style, keeping the name of the book on the spine, it gives itself space for a random pattern across the entire cover.

Another design from the iconic I-D magazine, using the model on the page to make important winking motion, it's stood out more using overlaid imagery to make it look interesting.

The Madness Issue March 1986 Scarlett Photography by Mark Lebon Styling by Judy Blame

What I like about these books is the use of the repetitive patterns, even though they are simple and clear they look interesting.

I love the covers of these Penguin hardback classics, designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith and exclusively sold at Waterstone's .

Wall and Piece Banksys Graffiti style is used to portray what is in the book.

Banksy - Wall and Piece - Banksy, Britain's now-legendary "guerilla" street artist, has painted the walls, streets, and bridges of towns and cities throughout the world.

A leather bound form of Lord of the Rings it's something different in comparison to the other books I have looked at the indented gold leaf used to make the design more of a spectacle with the leather binding around the book.

A leather bound form of Lord of the Rings it's something different in comparison to the other books I have looked at the indented gold leaf used to make the design more of a spectacle with the leather binding around the book.

Persepolis, I picked this out because of its graphic novel style which continues through the book.

young adult graphic novel that explains the Iran revolution and its effects on a young girl

The spectacle of disintegration, the reason I picked this book out was because of it's more cutting of the graphic on the design, but as a pointer the actual cover can be taken off and unfolded into a poster.

The Spectacle Of Disintegration: Situationist Passages Out Of The Twentieth Century by Mckenzie Wark The book is related to genre of art format of book i

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