Artist Designs Covers For Books That Don’t Exist

Artist Designs Covers For Books That Don’t Exist

Published by the fictional 'Specious Books,' the subversive works facilitate a conversation regarding the artistic integrity of graphic designers

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 26 september 2016

Martin Müller of Berlin-based Dicey Studios designed a series of book covers for hypothetical texts. The series of “Books That Probably Don’t Exist” is an absurd take on a predicament facing many designers: creating beautiful art for less than stellar works.

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