Another example of a book designer thinking of ways of working with the cover beyond just the cover itself. Here they've physically torn through the brown cover to reveal a vibrant lime beneath, creating fresh minimalist modern look.
Very clever and the minimal use of color is beautiful.Even with so much going on, in the sense that this is like a puzzle for the reader, the design is still clean and comprehensible. The purple really makes the grey title pop (successful type hierarchy).
My Abuela's Table not only tells the tale of a love affair with Mexican cuisine (and exactly how to make it), but shares the great affection Daniella Germain holds for her grandparents Abuelo and Abuela, and charmingly illustrates the couples own bond, di
This example even though not completely typographic is a basic design cleverly put together using type and coloured background to produce an effective outcome relating to the word ocean in the title of the book