German animator and designer Henning M. Lederer has helped clients like Mercedes-Benz, Bosch, Toyota, the Porsche Museum, Facebook and more visualize the future—but every year or so he dips into the past to blow our minds.
Vintage paperbacks often made brilliant use of geometric play, and Lederer has long had a knack for giving them new life. His latest hypnotic delight dropped yesterday. Here it is—along with the four that preceded it, proving that in some cases, judging a book by its cover is justified indeed.
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