Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Douglas Coupland once descibed Can Lit as something that "is not a modern art form, nor does it want to be." Jury's still out on that one. Google his NYTimes blog entry on this subject.

Broken Pencil is a Canadian alternative culture magazine focussing on indie literature, zines, etc. One of these comps should make the final cut.



If you've ever stepped foot inside a Loblaw's or No-Frills grocery store, this cover might speak to you.



http://www.canadiandesignresource.ca/officialgallery/?p=56

5 comments:

Ian Brian Shimkoviak said...

like the top one. Both are nice, but that top one does it for me. The bottom one feels too much like a book on editing. Maybe because of the yellow color? To educational looking...

nate s. said...

Nice, dude. The top one reminds me of some of your early posters I've seen posted.

David Gee said...

For the record, the red cover has been sold.

The Book Designer said...

yay!

storms said...

Coming super late to the party, but oh, I how loved the typewriter image when I saw it after the fact. Big fan of old typewriters.