Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - 2017
I designed a conceptual publication of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson because it seemed to me that a strong story like this would lend itself to an impressive typographic design both for the cover and the layout. 
The tall format of the book, the reading going from the large chapter title type gradually to the body text, the "annoying" black boxes (underlining "I", "me", "myself" etc) that work as obstacles to a normal reader but make you think from the very first page that there is something hidden there, the different paper for the letter by Dr. Jekyll or the red color of the lettering in the final chapter (Dr. Jekyll self-explaining), all seem to work in favor of the book that is inviting even for non-frequent readers (like myself), interesting to look at and nice to have on your bookshelves.
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