From Booker Prize-winning authors to celebrity chefs, we have a solid reputation within the publishing industry for a meticulous attention to detail when it comes to book design and pre-productio.
Integrated Book Design
We are working with some of London’s best-known publishers and are pleased to have smaller independent publishers on our client list too. Designing for a wide range of subject matters including fiction, history, military, cookery, humour, sport, hobbies, trivia and guides, we are aware that production preparation is as important as the design and we understand the importance of liaison with our clients.
When it comes to talking about our book and cover designs, it’s an easy option to roll off the big author names whom we have literally covered, and the renowned publishing companies that we work for. The fact is, we are as pleased to design a cover for an up-and-coming author for a small independent publisher, as we are for a Booker Prize-winning author. Designing a book cover or a series style is a privilege in our view; simply one of the best ‘jobs’ around.
Cover Series Styles
Whether it’s an author styling, a category or subject matter styling or even an imprint styling within the publishing house, the objective is to visually portray a range of books as being from the same stable. If a publisher wishes to reissue a backlist of modern classics, or a new category of academic titles, the series is essentially packaged (or repackaged) to create an essence, a personality, a brand.
Integrated Book Design:
The Borgia Chronicles (Quercus)
Stanford’s 1862 Maps of London (Ebury)
Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant (Ebury)
Am I a Chap? (Beautiful Books)
The Other Book (Transworld)
The Food Lover’s Handbook (Ebury)
Hitler: An Illustrated Life (Quercus)
This is Wicklow (Collins Press)
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