Rather than suggest an overall move towards eliminating male and female identifiers on restrooms, the image does illustrate a very uncomfortable truth in our culture. A truth so deeply embedded in all of our psyches and systems that it is almost impossible to recognize.
George Washington is literally face-palming.
Will the cover be "me?" More importantly, will it honestly represent the emotions and story I've put on the page and attract readers?
I started this project because when I am 90 (if I live that long), I want to have a library in my house (if there are still books) where every book jacket is designed by me. That is my long-term plan.
Will Staehle, cover artist of "They Eat Puppies, Don't They?" [Twelve, $25.99]: Do you judge books by their covers? Always
We've all seen the trick where you hold a book or album cover with a famous face on it in front of your own, but this bizarre
From Flavorwire: Today marks the 50th anniversary of Norton Juster’s classic surreal children’s book, "The Phantom Tollbooth
My "Pop Sensation" blog is dedicated to celebrating the beauty, absurdity and unintentional hilarity of mid-20th-century paperback cover art.