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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    13 posts tagged book covers

    nevver:

    Harry Potter covers, Andrew Davidson

    10 awesome book covers for Raymond Chandler’s novel, The Big Sleep

    theoinglis:

    Jason Booher designs book covers as well as other things”

    I didn’t realize all of these were the work of the same designer. I’ve seen several of them before, and they rank among my most-loved book covers. Bravo, Mr. Booher!

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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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    Barnes & Noble Classics by Jessica Hische

    Wonderful multi-talented designer Jessica Hische got the awesome gig to create these beautiful covers for the Barnes & Noble Classics. Love the spine view of these bad boys. They would look great on any shelf, unless if you had Twilight on it or something. Seriously though, top notch vintage type work. Pick up your own here.

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    oliphillips:

    James Bond Covers

    by Michael Gillette

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    tobyziegler:

    The Record Books.

    I like these.

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    havisham:

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

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    life:

    No American art form has ever managed to capture the enduring appeal of the profoundly sordid as neatly as pulp fiction. From the propulsive storylines to the laconic prose to the striking cover art that has, for decades, routinely adorned pulp paperbacks, the genre is edgy pop culture at its most elemental: sex and violence with a side of wry.

    Today, one publisher in the U.S. keeps the hard-boiled paperback tradition alive: since 2004, Hard Case Crime has published scores of titles — some of them brand new, others classics of the genre lovingly reprinted for a new audience — each one featuring a cover that, like the tale inside, grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go. Here, in partnership with Hard Case, LIFE.com presents a celebration of American pulp fiction, and the gorgeous, lurid cover art that has forever been its visual trademark.

    In Praise of Pulp Fiction

    oliphillips:

    Great Edgar Allen Poe book re-designs by Richard Arthur Stewart.

    Check out the individual books here

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    nevver:

    Oliver Sacks

    prettyclever:

    450 examples of German and Swiss Modern Book Design

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    Book Cover Archive blog

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