Cover Design: Is this the Worst Covered Book Series Ever?

April 10, 2013 — 6 Comments


I was recently introduced to the wonders (or dare I say, the horrors) of the non-sequitur book cover design in the “Great Classics Series” from Tutis Digital Publishing.

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We’ve picked the 10 worst covers in this series.

Count down with us to the #1 worst cover…

(HT: ERB contributor Todd Edmondson for alerting us to this series)


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  • Ben

    #2 is the Ren Center in Detroit, not Chicago.

  • Thanks, Ben… This has been corrected now.

  • brent

    Perhaps they just got Candide confused with Cyrano… in a rocky outcrop… on Waterworld… no?
    I seriously would read this version of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court though.

  • I liked Treasure Island with the two bicycles on the front. Interestingly when you click on the picture it changes.

  • C. Roden

    And nothing says “Classic Literature” like the Chicago typeface associated with pre-OS X Macs.

  • Sheik Yerbouti

    Rough Riders or Time Bandits?