Dave Alexius

Dave Alexius

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Bandung City, West Java, Indonesia / Creative Business, Author, Investor, Traveler, Cook
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JOANNA This effective book cover design is my Nico Delort, France. 'The Waking Kills' a dark novel about possession, the composition and angle is used in a way which creates a dramatic effect for the fictional story.

JOANNA This effective book cover design is my Nico Delort, France. 'The Waking Kills' a dark novel about possession, the composition and angle is used in a way which creates a dramatic effect for the fictional story.

Lovely restrained design...the exposed neck is all you need to emphasize the danger lurking within...designed by Megan Wilson...

Lovely restrained design...the exposed neck is all you need to emphasize the danger lurking within...designed by Megan Wilson...

1984 Jon V

1984 Jon V

First three Pantheon backlist paperback redesigns. The Mulisch comes out next month. More on the that soon…

First three Pantheon backlist paperback redesigns. The Mulisch comes out next month. More on the that soon…

The white space caught my eye first.  The small type along the top and in the bottom left corner balance this cover as the image weighs it down.  I like how the image is treated, printed in black and white and cropped so that some of the figure isn't visible; it peaks intrigue.

The white space caught my eye first. The small type along the top and in the bottom left corner balance this cover as the image weighs it down. I like how the image is treated, printed in black and white and cropped so that some of the figure isn't visible; it peaks intrigue.

I immediately got pulled in by the intriguing white negative space that reminded me of slot canyons, and saw the figure at the bottom.  I think the use of two scales of humans is really interesting, as well as the placement of text that plays with the solid/void image.

I immediately got pulled in by the intriguing white negative space that reminded me of slot canyons, and saw the figure at the bottom. I think the use of two scales of humans is really interesting, as well as the placement of text that plays with the solid/void image.

omunday:      Hogarth, 2016.  | VISUALGRAPHC

omunday: Hogarth, 2016. | VISUALGRAPHC

Simplicity, Symmetry and More: Gestalt Theory And The Design Principles It Gave Birth To – Design School

Simplicity, Symmetry and More: Gestalt Theory And The Design Principles It Gave Birth To – Design School

Design: Christopher Brand, Crown Publishing Group |  Photography: George Baier IV (rip), Toby Jacobs (author)  #book #cover #design

Design: Christopher Brand, Crown Publishing Group | Photography: George Baier IV (rip), Toby Jacobs (author) #book #cover #design