Cover design by Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich.
Cover design by Emily Mahon.
One of my rejected cover designs for the trade paperback repackage of Between Shades of Gray. I was really hopeful that this set (there were several other versions with this image) would make the cut, but no such luck.
The holographic filigree around the title is gorgeous, and those bright pops of pink against the black sky work beautifully. The attention to detail that went into this design make it unforgettable.
I went through a whopping five rounds of comps (which I plan to post soon) for this cover. Two and a half months of late night designing later, it is finally completed and approved.
I’m pleased with it—and I still find it unbelievable that I was given the chance to design for Anderson, who I read while I was in high school (this title included, by strange coincidence!).
In stark contrast with the melancholy grays, the bright pops of yellow on this cover instantly caught my eye and led me through a hierarchy of type that breathes perfectly.
Cover design by Keith Hayes.
Fragmented typography for a “fragmented” title.
Cover design by Gabriele Wilson.
Here’s a better look at the cover I designed for The Dark Elite omnibus by Chloe Neill. I can’t wait for people to be able to see it in stores. I requested a touchplate technique on the girl behind the key, so she’s printed in a very faint metallic silver that I think adds a little magic.
One of my newer favorites. I love the saturated greens and rich textures paired with the flowing white script. Simple and eye-catching; the whole cover breathes pleasantly.
Cover design by Karen Horton.
Another one of my Young Adult covers debuted this week!
I was really excited to work on this one. Falling Under, the first in the series, has been doing extremely well and there’s talk that this might become a “hot series.”
I faced some major issues with the shadows of her eyes being photographed way too dark and I’m still not 100% happy with the retouching done on the girl’s face, but it was fun to work on (even if it kept me at the office until long after the lights get turned off…).