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Matka Courage i jej dzieci, B. Brecht, PIW 1977

Matka Courage i jej dzieci, B.

A Book of Ducks. Cover Design: Peter Shepheardk. 1951.

// Greatest Book Covers - Twisted szefa old books Love this King Penguin book cover "A Book of Ducks" lubalin



Twoseconds to spot are two seconds too late. The support centers union for victims of sexual assault in Israel.

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The support centers union for victims of sexual assault in Israel: Two Seconds to Spot Advertising Agency : Mccann Erckson, Tel Aviv, Israel Graphic Designer : Yan Fedoroff

Steppenwolf ~ Hermann Hesse,  Combining autobiographical and psychoanalytic elements, the novel was named after the lonesome wolf of the steppes. The story in large part reflects a profound crisis in Hesse's spiritual world during the 1920s while memorably portraying the protagonist's split between his humanity and his wolf-like aggression and homelessness.  Hesse would later assert that the book was largely misunderstood.

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Jelly London & Bite the Ballot call for artists to encourage young voters - Digital Arts

New Illustration, Drawing, & Painting Inspiration | From up North

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I immediately got pulled in by the intriguing white negative space that reminded me of slot canyons, and saw the figure at the bottom.  I think the use of two scales of humans is really interesting, as well as the placement of text that plays with the solid/void image.

Book cover design for a novel called 'Bir Bar Filozofu' ('A Bar Philosopher')…

#thinkcolorfully pippi longstocking 1968
illustrations by a.tokmakov

Lindgren, Pippi Longstocking 1968 Illustrations by A. I'm pretty sure that's the exact book (edition) I had when I was a kid

Illustrator Steph Hughes began her career through poster designs, an apt medium which allows her stylistic traits to sing. “I’ve drawn since forever,” she tells It’s Nice That. “But the whole poster-making thing was instigated early on because the bands I was in needed posters!”

Steph Hughes on how her illustrated posters grew from being in a band