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Judge a book by its cover
Judge a book by its cover
After all, can you? Book City Jackets idea of turning every book beautiful means you can be reading a book called "How to Murder a Complete Stranger" and yet get away with it. We speak to Jeremy to find out more about his flap book covers.

Hi Jeremy, what is Book City Jackets all about?
Book City Jackets is about the idea of turning books into standalone pieces of art. Since books function as decoration in our homes and accessories as we read and the way they look shouldn't be limited to what a publisher thought would catch your eye in a bookstore. With that in mind, I thought it would be interesting to create something that allowed people to change how their books look in order to better reflect their personalities and preferences.

So how did this project come along?
The project came from taking the subway to work every day and checking out other people's books. It occurred to me one day that if two people with the exact same prescription strength eyeglass lenses can choose different eyeglass frames so that they can wear something that suits them best, then two people reading the exact same book should be able to choose different covers.

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Book City Jackets

Book City Jackets

Book City Jackets

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