A sketch that led up to Francis Cugat’s painting for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, one of the most celebrated and widely disseminated book jackets in twentieth-century American literature. As Charles Scribner III writes in “Gatsby Illuminated,” “The artist’s image preceded the finish manuscript … The dust jacket seems to have influenced two passages.”
David Foster Wallace Never Goes “Towards” Anything
Ross Gunter | http://rossgunter.com
"A selection of posters to promote this years Dimensions Festival and their partners. Each poster has a slightly different take on the central graphic."
Ross Gunter is an independent British graphic designer living in London, working across print and screen. He studied multimedia production and typography, and over the past 7 years has worked in a range of agencies for a variety of clients, from start-ups to corporate multi-nationals. Passionate about detail and craft, Ross’s approach combines conceptual thinking with strong type and image, drawing beauty from simplicity.