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Back to basics

Back to basics | Booketing | Scoop.it
Visitors to the U.S. are often shocked to discover that we have only one truly nationwide bookstore chain remaining. That company, Barnes & Noble, has just 700 stores unevenly spread around the...
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The (Not) Lost Art of the Cover

The (Not) Lost Art of the Cover | Booketing | Scoop.it
No matter the troublesome trends in book cover art. There are a few publishers that still do things right. Take a look!
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Rupa Audio Books - desicreative

Rupa Audio Books - desicreative | Booketing | Scoop.it
Executive Creative Director: Sumanto Chattopadhyay Creative Director: Sujoy Roy, Sukhendu Mukherjee Art Director: Sreejita Chakraborty Copywriter: Arnab Manna Photographer: Suman Mukherjee   →
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It's Nice That : Some of Penguin's best new illustrated covers and a chat with their creator

It's Nice That : Some of Penguin's best new illustrated covers and a chat with their creator | Booketing | Scoop.it
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CMYK: THE FALL - Diogo Mainardi This is a remarkable...

CMYK: THE FALL - Diogo Mainardi This is a remarkable... | Booketing | Scoop.it
THE FALL - Diogo Mainardi
This is a remarkable book - described in 424 steps.
Step 1: Diogo’s son Tito has cerebral palsy
Step 2: I blame Tito’s cerbral Palsy on Pietro Lombardo
Begininning with...
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Triangles Are My Favourite Shape Part Two | The Casual Optimist

Triangles Are My Favourite Shape Part Two | The Casual Optimist | Booketing | Scoop.it
To paraphrase The Smiths circa 1987, I may have started something I can't finish with this triangles on book covers thing. Typical me. This is my second
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CMYK: KURT VONNEGUT REISSUES The playful interaction...

CMYK: KURT VONNEGUT REISSUES The playful interaction... | Booketing | Scoop.it
KURT VONNEGUT REISSUES
The playful interaction between type and image of the previous covers in this series presented a challenge when designing these latest reissues, but allowed an opportunity to...
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Dust Jacket Lust: Books by Their Covers

Dust Jacket Lust: Books by Their Covers | Booketing | Scoop.it
DJL apologises for her long absence, but LOOK! SHINIES! Yes, the full set of grownup covers from Bloomsbury is finally here!
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CMYK:   GREAT BRITISH BAKES - Mary-Anne Boermans Food...

CMYK:   GREAT BRITISH BAKES - Mary-Anne Boermans Food... | Booketing | Scoop.it
GREAT BRITISH BAKES - Mary-Anne Boermans
Food writer and baker extraordinaire Mary-Anne Boermans has delved into the UK’s glorious baking history to rediscover the long-forgotten recipes of our...
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Friday Book Design Blog: A book with a hole in it, and other ephemera | Jonathan Gibbs | Independent Arts Blogs

Friday Book Design Blog: A book with a hole in it, and other ephemera | Jonathan Gibbs | Independent Arts Blogs | Booketing | Scoop.it
In an Autumnal version of spring-cleaning here are some of the stranger, more ephemeral bits of book design that have caught my eye, or come across my desk, or my doormat, over the past few months
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Actualité / Rentrée littéraire pour le studio Voiture 14 / étapes: design & culture visuelle

Actualité / Rentrée littéraire pour le studio Voiture 14 / étapes: design & culture visuelle | Booketing | Scoop.it
Design & Culture Visuelle
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Books With (Almost) Identical Covers

Books With (Almost) Identical Covers | Booketing | Scoop.it
Imagine if all book covers are black, and the titles and the authors' names are printed in white. There is no visual language, no identity, no warmth, no genial introduction. And the feeling is not different when we see books with covers of the same ...
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Map of the City Where Every Novel Takes Place | Electric Literature

Map of the City Where Every Novel Takes Place | Electric Literature | Booketing | Scoop.it
A few days ago we posted this imaginary map of a city where every movie takes place, and luckily there is a literary version too! This map doesn't include every
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Classic Penguin | Love love love art-in-progress photosets. This one...

Classic Penguin | Love love love art-in-progress photosets. This one... | Booketing | Scoop.it
Love love love art-in-progress photosets. This one comes courtesy of our friends across the pond, though these books are now out stateside as well.
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CMYK: CASINO ROYALE 60TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION To mark...

CMYK: CASINO ROYALE 60TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION To mark... | Booketing | Scoop.it
CASINO ROYALE 60TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
To mark the 60th anniversary of Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel, Casino Royale, we have partnered with Bentley Motors to create a Vintage Classics luxury...
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Cover art released for Penguin Horror series curated by Guillermo del Toro — EXCLUSIVE | EW.com

Cover art released for Penguin Horror series curated by Guillermo del Toro — EXCLUSIVE | EW.com | Booketing | Scoop.it
Filmmaker and horror aficionado Guillermo del Toro has produced a new scary series — of books. The mind behind Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy and this year’s Pacific Rim partnered...
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Des peintures cachées dans la tranche des livres ( 1650 - 1900 )

Le pratique de cacher des peintures sur la tranches des livres était assez populaire de 1650 à la fin des années 1800.
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