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Books With (almost) Identical Covers

Posted at 7:51AM Friday 11 Jul 2014

Imagine if all book covers are black, and the titles and the authors' names are printed in white. There is no visual language, no identity, no warmth, no genial introduction. And the feeling is not different when we see books with covers of the same shade, images, and layout.

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