White Teeth – This cover takes an interestingly cropped visual, takes a graphic approach to add interest, and tackles a dichotomous subject matter that presents itself within the book. At first glance it is a very literal handling of the title of the book, but at later inspection it is revealed that the condition of the teeth runs parallel with the juxtaposition between serene teeth of the well off and the troubles of the socioeconomically disadvantaged.
Siddhartha – The largest contributing factor to this piece is the contextual position of the novel itself. I wanted to portray it with a great level of visual interest while not falling into the cliché of Buddhist minimalisms or a visual representation of a Buddha or Siddhartha himself. That being said the clean minimalistic expression is conveyed within the simplicity and carefully considered layout decisions.