BBCDW: Jules Verne.

Book cover design virtuoso Jim Tierney redesigned four classic Jules Verne novels, not for some reissue campaign for a big time publisher, but for his senior project.


Jim employs all sorts of whimsical, rarely-used cover design methods like die cut half jackets, spin wheels and translucent film.


The best part about these covers is you need only glance at them to get a potent taste of the adventure that lies within.


The worst part about them is that they are one of a kind. Hey Penguin! Get off your ass and mass produce these.

Click over to Faceout Books to read a short interview with Jim about the process.

Thanks to Danny J for the heads up!


  1. michelle says:

    these covers are so nice. i can’t stop looking.

  2. chris says:

    I’ve often thought the same about you. Hey-o! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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