Bookshop logos. Barnes, Sheen & Kew. Plus the Uncommon Reader.

A really pleasant freelance job for three linked bookshops.

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Eric Ravilious was an inspiration. The type was created from the Judas Kiss fonts.

The book illustrations are based on:

The big book: 
Century by Phaidon & Reasons To Be Cheerful (The life and work of Barney Bubbles) by Adelita.
The Barney Bubbles design book I have by my side when I work. I ended up doing the cover of Adelita’s book on Mr.Freedom.

The bookshop Book:
 W H Auden’s shorter poems by Faber
A book I’m going through on the commute. He’s very good but I feel I’m missing something.

The bottom book: One Hundred Days (an old 1950’s? book about Napoleon’s escape from Elba to Waterloo).
A great little book. It tells you that Napoleon cheated his mum at cards!

See the logos at work here…

http://www.barnesbookshop.co.uk/
Suport small bookshops.

Reading stuff on a screen sucks.

About Trevor Mill

This is my work. Art & Design. The fruits of my labour. Commissions / projects welcome.
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