The wonderfully designed book The Legacy of Corbusier, is a project designed by SVA student Enle Li. From the cover to the gallery spreads, its simple, yet beautiful approach well suits the legendary architect. Check out additional images here. Via Creative Boom.
Here's our take on the immersive design of S., a totally unique new print experience from J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst.
A detail from a promotional book for a husband and wife photography team. The interior represents their portfolio well and contains nice touches like foil stamping on the pull cards (as highlighted in this photo). More images from the project here. Via FPO.
The book industry may be in flux, but there is no shortage of support for beautiful books at the Furthermore Grants in Publishing program, funded by the J.M. Kaplan Fund, which gives modest grants for nonfiction in support of writing, research, editing, design, indexing, photography, illustration and printing and "significant visual books."
Behind every graphic design is the heart and soul of a great story. In this issue of Print Magazine, we look at storytelling from every angle, from an authentic narrative that sets a brand apart to interactive storytelling that brings the reader in and engages them like no other story could, we even share...
A spread from Unit Editions’ latest book, Type Only. The book showcases a number of excellent designs using typography unaccompanied by illustration or photography. Its sharp design is by UK-based design group Spin. Via Grain Edit.
Graphic Novelist Neil Gaiman recently collaborated with fans on Twitter for a new book entitled A Calendar of Tales, as part of a Blackberry “Keep Moving” campaign. The stories were then transformed into a handsome, limited edition book, designed by Sebastien Delahaye and art directed by Sonny Adorjan at AMV BBDO. Fans also created...
Super Graphic, an entertaining new book by Tim Leong, breaks down the comic book world through useful and funny infographics – sometimes both, as in the case of this Venn Diagram of super hero tropes. See an enlargeable version of the graphic here. Via Fast Company.
The cover of Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita has sparked much intrigue. 80 renowned designers and illustrators, like Paula Scher, Jessica Hische and Matt Dorfman (shown above), interpret the cover in new ways. Take a look.
Check out Steve Kroeter’s profile on Penguin Book’s Coralie Bickford-Smith, whose patterns on cloth-bound editions of classic books have inspired collectors since 2008. Via Designers & Books.