Rethinking the book cover design of the practice

The eccentric circles

The more the circle is small and deep inside the more it is perfectly drawn. The more it is big and broadly outside the more it has noise and deformations on it.

To say that the more you are specific the best it will be. That’s the message behind the minimum viable audience concept. That’s what represents better creativity and work chipping. Being more and more perfect by using more and more edges. I still had not read the practice but I think this is all about that. Here is my point about the cover design

Hope I will chip this video trailer I have in mind. I already drafted the script of the pitch. Just creating the next thing with The practice because art is just like that a tool for creating a new thing.

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