Book design inspiration
A book designed by Thomas Manss & Company that accompanies the Moving – Norman Foster on Art exhibition.
A book that asks whether applying the basic elements of floriography (the language of flowers) to design contributes towards an emotive letterform.
A book containing anatomy illustrations by some of the 16th to the 19th centuries’ have been updated and re-imagined, with bold typography intertwined.
A book designed and curated by Danish design studio Mega, showcasing some of the best work by the creative photography collective Sumo.
An anthology of creative writing by students at RMIT University, featuring a clever cover design.
A clean and simple publication that looks at the subject of declining birth rates.
A gorgeous anatomy textbook on the subject of osteology, the study of bones.
A book of advertising tips that are highlighted on-page through the use of die-cuts to create a better interaction between the reader and the book.
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