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More ideas for backs

by on October 18, 2010

I was very inspired by Steve making awesome things! I have made some things myself as a result of all this inspiration. I really like listing all the bits but highlighting the one we’re on, and playing with typography. My ideas all revolve around a different back for each theme (but visually linked in some way – i used colour…).

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From → Backs, Print, Volume I

4 Comments
  1. I find the soup one a little disturbing, but the Bed and Light ones are awesome.
    Awesome.

    You have some serious art skills, lady.

  2. Aargh. The more you lot post this sort of thing, the more I realise that I am not a visual person. These are completely stunning. I wish to subscribe to their newsletter. I shall slink back to my word-based den, conscious of my inadequacy.

    I have minor niggles with these, mostly along the lines of the amount of info (I don’t think all the story titles are necessary), but they’re minor. I love these. Please can we use them?

  3. Really good stuff parfles. I love these all (the soup the least).
    I like the stv idea of all the titles and one highlighted in general.
    I do feel that the purpose of the backs in to unite the set (as opposed to the fronts we want all different) so I think we should try to keep them somewhat similar and in that spirit I think if we want to go this way we should stick to a basic colour scheme (like the mostly black, white and some red) and style.

  4. Ooh, these are cool. I particularly like the bedtime stories one, and the soup (which made me giggle)!

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