Roadrunner


I am adding a cover after a hiatus of about 4 months...did a lot of covers though but was simply too lazy to put them up...this one is a very interesting one with stacked pictures giving it a feel of visuals rushing at the audience...the pictures are beautifully shot by Dilip himself and they do present a very candid America. I introduced certain small elements within the cover by drawing them...it broke the monotonous pattern of horizontality...One good thing about being a cover designer is that you get to read a manuscript long before it comes as a book form...this one absolutely stunned me with its tone and range...

8 comments:

Dilip D'Souza said...

Hey Mr P, this is to say thanks for a fabulous job on the cover! I can't wait to see it in print now.

Truman said...

Its great! Loved it!

Dhimant Parekh said...

Hey Pinaki, fabulous job! I loved it. And what's more, Dilip's book has Obama on the cover :-)

Looking forward to buying this book when released.

Is it a collection of essays that Dilip blogged recently during his visit to the US?

Cheers,
Dhimant Parekh
www.TheBetterIndia.com

Hemamalini said...

Vividly wonderful cover :)

Dilip, I do lurk by your blog sometimes and a book from you sounds promising. Will read.

Matunga ka Lukka said...

Nice cover. Will the book be available in the USA?

Dilip D'Souza said...

Dhimant, it's based on those trips in the US, but there's plenty of material in it that I hadn't blogged. I mean, I have enough stuff for a couple more books probably! Gotta work on those one day.

HemaM, please un-lurk too!

Hope all of you enjoy the book.

Vasanth said...

Pinaki, excellent cover! Very good design.

Glad to see you publish yet another book Dilip.

arpana said...

great... nice layout...