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    Initial book cover concepts from my studio. The real, published versions can't be found here: they're in the stores, homes and libraries. Most can be seen on my studio website - www.adarothenberg.com. But I think you will agree with me first concept are often the best.
  • Dudu Busi: In the Alleyways
  • Florence Noiville: Bashevis-Singer - A Life
  • Robert Littell: The Stalin Epigram
  • Vladimir Nabokov: Despair
  • Shalom Aleichem: Tevye The Dairyman
  • Helonida Studart: Sem Dizer Adeus
  • Dror Burstein: Netanya
  • Emil Ajar: The Anxiety of King Salomon
  • Zoe Heller: The Believers
  • Orian Zakai: Stories
  • Helen Dunmore: The Betrayal
    A novel about the post-Stalin era in the USSR. The approved cover, soon in bookstores in Israel, lost the 45 angle...
  • Sándor Márai: Az Igazi / Judit
    I wanted this quiet but powerful image for this powerful novel from the Hungarian literary master. The approved cover, now in stores in Israel, uses a more obvious image.
  • Moshe Sakal / Yolanda
    A novel by a young Israeli author. This imaginative concept was not accepted - the approved version will be in stores soon, and on my studio website www.adarothenberg.com
  • Erri De Luca: Le sante dello scandalo (The Saints of Scandal)

    These are two of the original sketches for a new book by the great Italian author.
    The final version is published in Italy by Giuntina publishing house.

  • David Foenkinos / Les Souvenirs
    A first draft for the Hebrew version of this beautiful poetic novel. Find the published cover (and the book) soon in stores.
  • David Foenkinos / Les Souvenirs
    A first draft for the Hebrew version of this beautiful poetic novel. Find the published cover (and the book) soon in stores.

  • Yoram Kaniuk / 1948
    Unpublished draft for the Italian edition cover of this book by Yoram Kaniuk. The final version also features digits molded from dirt (on www.giuntina.it and on my website)

  • Sandor Marai / A gyertyák csonkig égnek (Embers)
    A great novel by a great author. This was my first interpretation of it. The published cover for the Hebrew edition, now in bookstores, has kept the deer as a secondary element to a face. But this version is my favorite, a bit spooky as the book is.

  • Meron Benbenisti / (Dream of the) White Sabra
    I am not sure about the name of the final version. I worked only on this very first draft for Benbenisti's autobiographic book.