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Faceout Books Interview!

As book cover designers we have all at one point or other come upon FaceOut Books blog, featuring the work of the best of the best in the world of book cover design. Over the years, getting featured on FaceOut Books has become sort of a “feather in the hat” in the in the world of book cover design. Who hasn’t wanted to have their work featured along side this list of greats?

So when Emily Weigel of FaceOut Studios contacted us about doing a post on our golden egg project (limited edition Sherlock and Jane Austen sets), we nearly lost it! Read on and get a glimps into the workings of a two man studio that could…

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  • “ Thank you for such quick turn-arounds, wonderful organization, your professionalism, and most of all your great ideas and solutions.”

    — Tracy Cunningham
  • “You guys are great. It will be my pleasure to recommend you to fellow authors. I’m particularly impressed with your prompt turn-arounds, and your ability to effectively capture my concepts.”

    — Richard Bard
  • “ Better than professional! Every time I asked to tweak this or that detail, they did it with both alacrity and creativity. Very friendly and helpful throughout the process. ”

    — Ira Berkowitz
  • “ I honestly couldn’t imagine a better cover. I get people telling how much they love the cover on a regular basis. ”

    — S.C. Barrus
  • “Thank you so much for your great work and incredible speediness!”

    — Laura Williams, Algonquin Press
  • “ The cover and layout are so professionally done and compelling. The whole design speaks to a high level of quality and style and I think that has a huge impact on book sales. ”

    — Cynthia Morris

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