Tuesday, September 18, 2007

'Tis a Gift

I'm just sitting here in front of the computer thinking about simplicity and how good it is with regards to book covers (see: one, two, three, four), album covers (see: one, two, three, four), and music in general (see: Oh, you know. It's called rock 'n roll.)

What do you think? Are these even simple? Or good? Because now I'm questioning the whole thing and getting all "whoa, what is simple, what is good, etc."


Karen said...

you might enjoy Helvetica which is only at the IFC for a couple of days.

corporate amongst the corn said...

i prefer the original read catcher in the rye cover to the newer one that is also used for nine stories. penguin books does a lot of nice covers. see intro design. http://www.introdesign.com/

i like this down and out in paris and london cover..simple but good:

i like pretty all of peter saville's work. he did all the factory records stuff.