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  • For this classic treatise of military strategy, I wanted to design a cover that felt like a field manual. The military procession was executed in a loose, gestural sketch in charcoal. Photo by Ryan Farmer.
  • The full cover spread, showing front, back and spine.
  • A sample spread from the interior of The Art of War. I created the illustration of the sword for the chapter openings in pen and ink, and set the interior of the book using the font Centaur.
  • ''The Prince'' is, in many ways, a plea to save the city of Florence and restore her to independent rule by any means necessary. Since the love of the city is such a prominent theme in the book, I utilized imagery of Florence as a motif. The illustration above is from a map of Florence from the period.
  • Sample spread from the interior of┬áThe Prince.┬áContinuing the Florentine imagery, the coat of arms used for the chapter opening is actually the city of Florence's coat of arms.
  • For this cover design of The Prince, I wanted to create a sense of the instability and temporal nature of political aspiration, so I built a house of cards and photographed it.