… for books with and without a prefixed ‘e’
Are you an author selling on your own? Need a logo, cover, or trailer for your book?
I create the professional appearance you want to brand your work with title logos, cover designs, and promo trailers perfect for your digital presentations and printed materials.
Recent Cover Image Work
My goal is to get your reader to open your book. I think these get the attention you’re looking for.
Book Branding Examples: “Nonexistent”
In this example, an imaginary book called “Nonexistent” could be about anything: fantasy, horror, or sci-fi. Through visual design and imagery, you can hint to your readers what they can expect from your book, tempting them to buy your book and find out more.
Sample Title Logos
- For fantasy, I used a slightly modified old world font, careful to center around the “i” so I could use a fantasy weapon (note the stiletto is sheathed rather than blade out, just to be a little different) and top lighting for an outdoors feel.
- For horror, I found a font that hinted it was drawn hurriedly (in blood, perhaps) while leaving off the dot for the lowercase “i” to create more uneasiness (hey, it’s horror!), then under-lit the lettering to create a hell-glow effect.
- For sci-fi, I went with an established OCR font, substituting a few numbers for lettering (“leet!”), then embossed them with a credit card-like stroke element and a circuit board overlay.