Print Magazine
Dec, 2011

These charming book covers form a larger picture when placed together. They’re a reflection of the designer’s sweet hope that the entire set will be displayed flat on a table, either at the bookstore or at home.

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Such a puzzle is probably rarely ever set out in its entirety, so it’s important that the covers work just as well on their own. For the books of Oliver Sacks, the designer Cardon Webb has a witty take on the jigsaw covers. Each book is designed around the part of the head suggested by its title. For instance, a flock of confetti surrounds the mouth on Seeing Voices, and neon-yellow tire tread covers the head on Migraine.

PRINT Regional Design Annual December 2011 (Pg. 24)