The book cover ended up looking more like this (will post a fuller image once it is published!
over 2 years ago
Looks cool :)
You have been killing it lately! Keep up the good work.
the people here are little honest really.... or my taste for design have problems....i have seen so much of yourbprojects with same typography treatment it not are bad really... the problem is what i not find in so much cases it rellay attractive or high ended for the so much likes...probably i am jealousy...or simple say my truth from my persepective....or i am so ignorant to no apprecciate this... anyway if I come to a book store this cover can get low impression for my eyes...hope not turn angry for a critic comment :-)
HOT DAMN!! This is sooo awesome!
Thanks guys. Raid on Zuccotti Park as this was sent to the press at 3am :(
This book will house the contents of this paper (+ additional essays) : http://anticap.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/n1.jpg
No worries, Robinsson- that is precisely how design/art/culture varies from math: we can and should disagree! This is supposed to match up with the general visual tone of the Gazette (+ a little Russian Constructivist booklet-look, + grainy 1960's film look, + aerial surveillance/googlemap of the occupation in giant letters consuming/occupying cover.) It is graphic-design-reference soup, in other words…
On a first glance I didnt notice this .. but I love how the people in the typography make up the grainy texture. I will keep a look out for the book here in Chicago!
Much improved over the first.
I really love this Kelli, great work.
Love it! I'm really liking the texture on the title. Great Job!
I think this Kelli girl is a beast in the design section. I might have to follow her on here. O wait, yeah... that already happened. Wonderful typography work. Textures are on point.
I love it Kelli ... the type work is pretty solid!
about 2 years ago
I can't tell you how much I love this color overlay, but I guess I just did.
over 1 year ago
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