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Shirley Tucker on designing book covers

Shirley Tucker worked at Faber as a book cover designer alongside Berthold Wolpe. She joined in the late 50s and stayed until the 80s, her most well-known cover is the original 1966 edition of ‘The Bell Jar’ by Sylvia Plath. Here she discusses the process of designing a book cover.

And yes, we really used to do it this way…

Shirley Tucker on designing book covers from Faber and Faber on Vimeo.

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