This book is difficult to visualize because the title itself says Invisible man and has a deeper story. In the earlier cover whole illustration gave away the story idea, hence I want to create a minimal book cover design so that the cover gave a curious approach to the story. using the main characteristics of the story and the main characters which are
MAN, BANDAGES, HAT, SCIENTIST, ROOM MYSTERY, SEE-THROUGH.
The Invisible man :
Book cover design
Duration: 2 week
Guide : Jagadish Kumar
To select an existing book and redesign an image-based cover using visual semiotics such as symbols, image illustration, drawing, color illustration, photography,etc.
About the book
The Invisible Man, a science-fiction novel by H.G. Wells, published in 1897. The story concerns the life and death of a scientist named Griffin who has gone mad. Having learned how to make himself invisible, Griffin begins to use his invisibility for nefarious purposes, including murder. When he is finally killed, his body becomes visible again.
The Invisible man
The transparent UV SPOT PRINTING will a gloss effect in a form of a man greeting by raining its hat, this is a direct signifier of
invisibility which is signified the concept of man through which we can see through.
Spot UV printing
You may be surprised to learn that Spot UV (also referred to as Spot Gloss or Spot Varnish) printing isn’t actually a printing technique at all, but rather a method for coating printed products. While it may sound futuristic, it is a relatively simple process. The “UV” portion involves using UV light for curing a varnish placed on the printed material.
Although printers can utilize this method on white paper or card stock, it is most effective on color-printed products to enhance product shine, protect its color, and keep moisture and damage out in order to preserve the product.
Due to its lack of volatility, it’s known for being environmentally friendly. This means that little or no varnish becomes a gas that can escape into the open air.
Benefits of Spot UV Printing:
Final jackets (prints)