Gorgeous cover designs for Jules Verne books

Jim Tierney designed a beautiful set of covers for some of Jules Verne's most famous works. The project was carried out as part of his senior year thesis.

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He says:

I'm a big Verne fan, but a chance to re-design any classic book is always exciting. Classics usually allow for a more personal interpretation, since most people are already vaguely familiar with the premise of the books, and I didn't have to compete with one well-known cover, as I might have with a more recent book.

You can see the full set on the Faceout website.

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