“They need some kind of visual representation, whether you’re going to be seeing them the size of a postage stamp on a computer screen or a smartphone, or sitting on a table, or on a shelf, or in a bookstore.”

Chip Kidd, an associate art director at publisher Alfred A. Knopf, on whether or not book covers are a dying art in the e-book world.
(Source: NPR Weekend Edition Sunday)

“They need some kind of visual representation, whether you’re going to be seeing them the size of a postage stamp on a computer screen or a smartphone, or sitting on a table, or on a shelf, or in a bookstore.”

Chip Kidd, an associate art director at publisher Alfred A. Knopf, on whether or not book covers are a dying art in the e-book world.

(Source: NPR Weekend Edition Sunday)

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