— Supplement

Here’s the Limited Edition Lou School cover for new UK magazine, Supplement.

 

The image was shot by Albert Watson

 

After the jump you can see the cover of the launch issue of the magazine.

— Zeit Magazin

I love this concept of using two cover designs one after the other (page 1 and page 3) for the new issue of Zeit Magazin.

 

Zeit Magazin actually carries this concept every week and this creates an excellent opportunity to give more depth to their cover stories.

 

Via: CoverJunkie

Zeit Magazin

— Seven Brief Lessons On Physics

I bought this book for Katherine at the weekend – the only person I know who can spend an evening reading about relativity, event horizons, and suchlike – and it really does have the most exquisite cover design.

 

Seven Brief Lessons On Physics is by Carlo Rovelli and it’s uncoated paper cover features both a plate-sunk recess for the title text and a lovely use of foil-blocking.

— Keith

Impressively distinctive cover layout for the launch issue of Keith magazine.

The cover for the launch issue of Keith magazine

— Avaunt

Avaunt: was a magazine launched in April 2015 to offer ‘a world of adventure, style, innovation, nature and culture through print, digital and events’.

 

I like it’s cover layout for the latest issue.

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— New Book Covers

Here’s a selection of fine new book cover designs. You can see considerably more across at The Casual Optimist.

 

The first is Unbuttoning America by Ardis Cameron; design by Kimberly Glyder; illustration by Al Moore (Cornell University Press / May 2015) 

 

For those too young to know, in the mid-sixties Peyton Place was a huge best selling novel in the States and one of the first seminal American TV series, and this new book taking a glance towards the phenomenon is likely to offer an interesting read.

 

You can see more of my own preferred cover designs after the jump:

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