Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
These designs, created in 2004 for The Divide Trilogy, vividly depict the imagination of illustrator Ted Dewan (opens in new tab). He frequently uses ink and china markers on embossed paper to embellish all of his creations. We are fascinated by the strange and fascinating animals that appear frequently in his writing. Jill Barton (opens in new tab) used graphite pencil and watercolour wash to create these adorable illustrations for the book Puss Jekyll, Cat Hyde. Barton has been drawing since she was in elementary school, making her an expert in creating enthralling book illustrations. The eyes were later changed to a green color for the book, but we still think it looks great! Australian illustrator Andrew Fairclough (opens in new tab) created these abstract images for American comedian Marc Maron's biography Attempting Normal. It grabs your attention right away and uses creative images and gorgeous color design to allude to different sections of the book.