St. Bernard's Pass

My name is Brandon Bernard. I'm a graphic designer, storyboard and layout artist, and writer. I was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM, and lived in Los Angeles for 12 years, then in Austin, TX, for about a year, and I'm now in Brooklyn, NY. This blog is a virtual scrapbook of things that inspire me. Unless otherwise specified, the work here is not mine. Anything else you'd like to know? Feel free to hit up my "ask" box!

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    iconoclassic:

    ©1968 / Henning Boehlke (by Montague Projects)

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    prettyclever:

    Gregg Kulick: Journal of a UFO Investigator

    bookcoverdesign:

    How Italian Food Conquered the World 

    John F. Mariani

    coverspy:

    The New York Trilogy, Paul Auster (M, 30s, blue tie, business suit, backpack, M15 Select bus) http://bit.ly/GASMKl

    andreirobu:

    Designersgotoheaven.com - Ontario Arts Council Book Cover designed by Theo Dimson in 1968.

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    theoinglis:

    Book covers designed by Nathan Burton.

    Great range in his work, and the 9 above are just a selection. The way the series design section of his website is pretty clever too, virtual spines!

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    suicideblonde:

    Among the problems Nabokov’s Lolita poses for the book designer, probably the thorniest is the popular misconception of the title character. She’s chronically miscast as a teenage sexpot—just witness the dozens of soft-core covers over the years. “We are talking about a novel which has child rape at its core,” says John Bertram, an architect and blogger who, three years ago, sponsored a Lolita cover competition asking designers to do better.

    Now the contest is being turned into a book, due out in June and coedited by Yuri Leving, with essays on historical cover treatments along with new versions by 60 well-known designers, two-thirds of them women: Barbara deWilde, Jessica Helfand, Peter Mendelsund, and Jennifer Daniel, to name a few. They don’t shy away from frank sexuality, but they add layers of darkness and complication. And like Jamie Keenan’s cover—a claustrophobic room that morphs into a girl in her underwear—they provoke without asking readers to abdicate their responsibility.

    (via Recovering Lolita — Imprint-The Online Community for Graphic Designers)

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    coverspy:

    722 Miles, Clifton Hood (F, 30s, red leggings, black riding boots, blue-and-white scarf, L train) http://bit.ly/tnWaNA

    oliphillips:

    James Bond Covers

    by Michael Gillette

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    tobyziegler:

    The Record Books.

    I like these.

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    nevver:

    Brave New World, Kevin Tong

    prettyclever:

    Alex Merto Book Design

    The title alone is intriguing, but the nice typesetting is a bonus!

    coverspy:

    The Magicians, Lev Grossman (M, 20s, royal blue soccer shorts, grey t-shirt, L train) http://bit.ly/qzW7dx

    havisham:

    Gatsby, recoverd by Ian O’Phelan, Ryan Collier, Caree Michel & Bryce Wilmer.

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    coverspy:

    Queen and Country Volume 4, Greg Rucka (F, 20s, reddish brown hair, all black: nails, scarf, coat, pants, shoes, F train) http://bit.ly/hMp4Kr

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