The Invisible Man

A redesign of a classic. In the book, the protagonist could be seen only while he was covered in bandages, conveying his isolation and power at the same time.  The title “hides” the word “Invisible” by blending it into the tone above.

Typography
Univers 67 Bold Condensed

Original Painting and Design: Aliyah Marr

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One of the most delightful things in being both an author and designer is that I get to design my own books. I have, of course, designed books for other authors. In addition, I have helped several of my creative consulting clients become book publishers in their own right.

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