mr.josephpreacher got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Jubilee - The Heist to Erase Debt
Check out mr.josephpreacher's Book cover contest…
Art & Design
Author of fiction, genre:thriller, crime-fiction, techno
What's your vision?
Title: Jubilee Subtitle: The Heist to Erase Debt Author: Joseph Preacher (shown in all lower case typerwriter font - My Underwood perferred - http://www.dafont.com/my-underwood.font) Clean cut, good looking and impossibly brilliant, Roman comes across as the consummate professional to everyone he meets. And that's exactly what he is. Only, Roman is a professional thief. Coming off a string of successful ATM robberies that result in their biggest take yet, Roman and his crew feel invincible. But that feeling is short-lived, and the high of the heist is soon ruined by the news that Roman's estranged father has committed suicide. As Roman learns that his father died overtaken by debt and overrun by hopelessness, he becomes incensed. Determined that no one else should suffer the same fate, Roman becomes fascinated by a software virus with the potential to set everyone on earth free from the bondage of financial debt. Along with his four best friends, he sets out on what will be the most ambitious theft of all time -- if they succeed, that is. And this time, it's personal. Packed with memorable characters, intricate suspense and political intrigue, this thriller will appeal to anyone that's ever wanted to change the world. JUBILEE is a dramatic and action-filled novel that taps into the unrest and disillusionment debt and its effects on our society. There are a few concepts we’re considering for the cover. CONCEPT ONE: White background. Wire-frame of Statue of Liberty (attached and you may edit as needed). CONCEPT TWO: Open for ideas. Maybe a dark background? WHAT THIS COVER SHOULD BE: The cover should say classy crime/techno thriller, and look like a bestselling book. This should include the author's name (joseph preacher) shown in all lower case typerwriter font - My Underwood perferred - http://www.dafont.com/my-underwood.font . please create in a way that can be used on all future covers. Should be prominent. WHAT THIS COVER SHOULD NOT HAVE: No tacky looking thrown together stock photos. Should not be be cheesy “hacker” cliche symbols, images. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: We’ll need a 6×9 300 dpi (or higher) cover for print (will also need spine and back done, estimated 300pgs, please make flexible PSD file) We also need a 2400×2400 300 dpi version for the audiobook version. Design should work for e-book as well. The title and author name should be large and easily visible on the cover. Detail any extra costs associated with design: font license, etc
$499 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at €269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
mr.josephpreacher collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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