If we aren't to judge a book by it's cover, should we care about the attempts taken and revisions made to get that cover right? If this book is anything to go by, then the answer is YES. Book cover design is certainly on the agenda these days, with articles and books popping out with some regularity, however none really pay attention to the journey taken... until now that is. 'No, no, no, no, no, yes' from D&B Books takes an ingenious approach to book cover design by simply collecting together 25 published covers alongside 4 alternative 'takes' for each. As you read through this largely text-less title, you can see the thought changes, process routes, additions and reductions in each iteration which lead to the finished article.
The book design itself mimics the processes within, the dust jacket opening out to reveal the covers which didn't quite make the grade.