“[…] I couldn’t find any images that were bold enough to carry Jeanette’s world,” he says. "This quickly progressed to purely typographic covers before I began introducing some hand-drawn illustrations. […]
“I knew the images I wanted to create would be fairly vibrant and somewhat surreal in their finished outcome, so a much cleaner sans serif typeface was needed to compliment them,” he says.
“Any hand-written type would have detracted too much from the images. The illustrations began life as simple line drawings, but they lacked the flair and imagination that Jeanette brings to her writing.”