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Penguin Book - Improve Your Tennis. Designed by Bruce Robertson. I thought this was different. What grabbed my attention is the use of the photos. It creates depth by making it look like the tennis ball is coming towards you. The use of yellow and white also remind me of the tennis ball.

20 inspirational Penguin book cover designs

Andre Francois cover (awesome link to archive of Penguin Book Covers)

Vintage Book Covers such a great cover Andre Francois cover (awesome link to archive of Penguin Book Covers) Book cover design by Seymour Ch.

down and out in paris and london by george orwell. illustration by paul catherall for penguin books

Fabulous Covers For 5 George Orwell Classics designed by David Pearson -- recommended by Jordan Down and Out in Paris and London

This one has a somewhat similar style to Perrottet's pieces, but it is by someone else. It continues to astound me how legible type can be when it is overlaid with contrasting colors. There are rich levels of hierarchy and subtleties. The type choices are also interesting. There are a lot of different typefaces working here, but not in an offensive way. I think these contrasting type forms help the legibility since the shapes take different paths.

"The invention of type created linear, or sequential, thought, separating thought from action." transform design by transform design , via Behance ART Artdirector Visual graphic Artwork Composition Poster Mixer cover Design

Jacket design: Raymond Hawkey. (Hodder & Stoughton, 1962.)

Len Deighton book covers by Raymond Hawkey. And Len Deighton demonstrating to Michael Caine - playing the character ‘Harry Palmer’ in the Ipcress File, the technique for making an omelette.

The body as factory: anatomy of a New Scientist cover image: Design Observer

The body as factory: anatomy of a New Scientist cover image

Lost in the Funhouse, published by Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, Cover by Eduardo Paolozzi

DESIGNER: Henning Boehlke | ILLUSTRATOR: N/A | PUBLISHED: 1968 | COLLECTION: Specials in the Sixties

20 inspirational Penguin book cover designs

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Rudolph de Harak was a legendary American graphic designer who is well-known for his book cover designs for McGraw-Hill during the and A modernist at heart, de Harak also designed record covers for Columbia and Westminster, as well as these lovely clocks.

penguin first aid

Penguin First Edition Handbook published in design by Hans cover book covering book cover