Devastation on the Delaware pulls the reader into events of the flood of ‘55 with a richly detailed narrative style. I reflected this in the cover design by showing a dramatic scene of a home being swept away by the muddy water. Photographs from the author’s collection of flood images were composed and colorized to… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Mary A. Shafer
This website draws it’s inspiration right from the book, Almost Perfect: Disabled Pets and the People Who Love Them, edited by Mary A. Shafer. Bold blue, raspberry red and a sandy texture contrast with the soft pink of the cover and let it stand out. A custom font keeps the look light and interesting. In the… Read more »
Each of these logos is used for various imprints (divisions) of a larger publishing company. They each needed to represent the different aspects of each imprint’s genre and/or subject matter, and had to work at many sizes on a variety of materials.
This custom designed website is all about color and a clean layout to make a bold statement. The cheerful orange and purple combination provides energy while the simple layout makes this website super easy to navigate. Antique books in the background provide some texture and identify this publishing business. This website features WordPress as a… Read more »
Based on it’s sister site, Word Forge Books, The Word Forge also makes use of vibrant color choices. In this design, bright orange sparks from a forge add depth and energy. This website features WordPress as a content management system making it very user-friendly to update. Click here to view the live site…