There is a huge effort involved in writing a book, be it any kind. But whether the book will lead the market or not largely depends on the book cover design. Because people do judge a book by its front and back cover most of the time. In fact, a book cover’s design could be the influential factor in how the book could perform in the marketing stage, and a tasteless bland cover design would certainly not do you any kind. So one need to go for a professionally crafted book cover design and should be designed by an expert graphic designer who actually knows the book business.

Only an expert designer can make your book stand out from the crowd. Before concluding on any graphic designer or illustrator make sure you discuss lot of important things such as theme, direction and audiences you wish to target, so that he/she can understand your perspective on this better. Of course, there are many hidden aspects on which designers need to work on and those could be time-consuming as well. Some of the books available on the market are really inspiring, so we at honeytechblog did a search on Top 50 inspiring book cover designs which are designed in an excellent way.

1. American Nerd by Benjamin Nugent

american nerd 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

2. Brute Souls Happy Beasts And Evolution by Rod Preece

brute souls happy beasts and evolution 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

3. Can They Do That by Lewis Maltby

can they do that 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

4. Clown Girl by Monica Drake

clown girl 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

5. Cool It by Bjorn Lomborg

cool it 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

6. Customs of the Kingdoms of India by Marco Polo

customs of the kingdoms of india 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

7. Day in Day Out by Terezia Mora

day in day out 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

8. Death in the Andes by Morio Vargas Llosa

death in the andes 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

9. Doctrines and Visions by Noam Chomsky

doctrines and visions 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

10. The Error World by Simon Garfield

error world 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

11. Forgetting Things by Sigmund Freud

forgetting things 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

12. Freakonomics by Steven d. Levitt

freakonomics 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

13. Hunger by Lan Samantha Chang

hunger 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

14. In Defence of English Cooking by George Orwell

in defence of english cooking 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

15. Keep Your Head Down by Doug Anderson

keep your head down 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

16. King Arthur in the East Riding by Simon Armitage

king arthur in the east riding 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

17. Missing Men by Joyce Johnson

missing men 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

18. Moral Relativism by Steven Lukes

moral relativism 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

19. Never Trust a Thin Cook by Eric Dregni Dregni

Never Trust a Thin Cook 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

20. On Shopping by India Knight

on shopping 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

21. On Seeing and Noticing by Alain de Bottom

on seeing and noticing 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

22. Payback by Margaret Atwood

payback 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

23. Peace by Richard Bausch

peace 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

24. Salt by Jeremy Page

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25. Sedaris by Kevin Kopelson

sedaris 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

26. Send Me by Patrick Ryan

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27. Thank You for Smoking by Christopher Buckley

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29. The Country of the Blind by H.G. Wells

the country of the blind 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

29. The Diamond as Big as the Ritz by F.Scott Fitzgerald

the diamond as big as the ritz. 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

30. The Economics of Innocent Fraud by John Kenneth Galbraith

the economics of innocent fraud. 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

31. The Interrogative Mood by Padgett Powell

The Interrogative Mood 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

32. The Lumberman’s Frontier by Thomas R. Cox

the lumbermans frontier 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

33. The Open Road by Pico Iyer

the open road 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

34. The Opposite House by Helen Oyeyemi

the opposite house 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

35. The Queen in Hell Close by Sue Townsend

the queen in hell close 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

36. The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson by Jerome Charyn

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37. The Sky Below by Stacey D’Erasmo

the sky below. 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

38. The Snobs by Muriel Spark

the snobs 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

39. The Weight of Nothing by Steven Gillis

the weight of nothing 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

40. Twenty Fragments of a Ravenous Youth by Xiaolu Guo

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41. Two Stars by Paul Theroux

Two stars 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

42. We Meet by Kenneth Patchen

we meet 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

43. We Saw The Light by Daniel Kane

We Saw The light 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

44. What is All This by Stephen Dixon

what is all this 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

45. When We Were Romans by Matthew Kneale

when we were romans 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

46. Where I Was by James Kelman

Where i was 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

47. Who is Conrad Hirst by Kevin Wignall

who is conrad hirst 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

48. Why Look at Animals by John Berger

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49. Wonderful World by Javier Calvo

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50. Yummy by Lusy Cousins

Yummy 50 Inspiring Book Cover Designs

We hope you found the above stuff inspiring and you might also like Top 50 Inspirational Web Designer’s Portfolios. Also do let us know, which of the book cover you found interesting via comment. You can add Honeytechblog on Facebook and follow us on twitter as well!

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Google Runs Parisian Love Ad On Super BowlPosted: 08 Feb 2010 07:32 AM PST

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The most anticipated game of Super Bowl 2010 took place last night and this year we have new champions New Orleans Saints winner who took the trophy of Super Bowl NFL championship. We saw such an exciting match where Drew Brees leads the Saints as they scuttle with the Colts led by Peyton Manning on 2010. Saints quarterback Drew Brees was selected as MVP of Super Bowl 44 after leading his team to a 31-17 win over the Colts, and the first NFL title in club history.

Beyond doubt the game was superbly played by both the teams, but this year we had some the outstanding Super Bowl 2010 Ads. The game was telecasted live on CBS television network and despite of economic downturn, the fact that a commercial during the game ran only for 30 seconds once with the cost of about $3 million is amazing to know. Of course there was more than 100 million across the world for this superb game. On the other hand, due to recession many ad companies backed up for super bowl commercials including FedEx who has had special ads in every Super Bowl for the last twelve years. We saw ads from Doritos, Budweiser, GoDaddy.com, Volkswagen and other. But it was surprising to know that search giant Google has aired an ad for 30 seconds spot called “Parisian Love” during the Super Bowl.

Eric Schmidt, CEO wrote 

If you watched the Super Bowl this evening you’ll have seen a video from Google called “Parisian Love”. In fact you might have watched it before, because it’s been on YouTube for over three months. We didn’t set out to do a Super Bowl ad, or even a TV ad for search. Our goal was simply to create a series of short online videos about our products and our users, and how they interact. But we liked this video so much, and it’s had such a positive reaction on YouTube, that we decided to share it with a wider audience.

The ad is about the story of a man, or is it a woman, finding true love in Paris. Cheering stuff really and with Valentine’s Day is just around the corner; Google couldn’t have picked a better subject. It’s the first Super Bowl ad for Google and one of the few TV ads the company has aired. And if you think it looks familiar, that’s because it is.