Book covers have come a long way. In some cases they are more creative, more descriptive, more detailed than ever before. But they’re also trippier, minimalist and in some cases, unhelpful. Are we seeing a new golden age of book covers or are we slipping into a dark age where the artist is replaced by the typographer laying out the title on a blank canvas?
In episode 24 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks the SF Signal gang:
Q: Can you judge a book by its cover?
- Philippa Ballantine:
- Jessica Strider
- Matthew Sanborn Smith
- Lisa Paitz Spindler
- Jeff Patterson
- John Ottinger
- Patrick Hester
Now it’s your turn: Can you judge a book by its cover? Leave us a voicemail and let us know!
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