From the vault
In this work of literary criticism the author traces the evolution of Mavis Gallant’s visually evocative style through five decades of her short fictional works. The author contends that “Gallant envisages and renders her fictional world with the techniques analogous to those of visual artists”.
A Creative Director at Cossette, claimed that the ultimate test for whether a logo works is how good it looks on a t-shirt.
This is the final cover for this one with some earlier sketches. It was a tricky one because the novel is based on real people and real events - strife between a mother and a daughter during and after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It really required a photographic approach and I must have looked at hundreds of stock photos to find ones that didn’t look like stock photos but real people - not easy.