redesign of novel

redesign of novel - Western Taoist, depending on how the...

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To: Dr. Walsh From: Vanessa Barela Student Date: February 24, 2006 Subject: Redesign of novel cover The novel I chose to redesign is The Tao of Pooh. It has been my favorite novel for years and I grew up reading and re-reading it when I needed an uplifting story. The cover outline is generally red, depending on the version of the book. The title is a script font, which seems to fit the novel, but I cannot find a font similar to it. I would move the authors name to the lower right corner of the book to better fill the space provided. I might also add in a smaller font, “The Western Taoist,” or “Wisdom from the
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Unformatted text preview: Western Taoist, depending on how the words fit. This would also explain why Pooh is chosen as the main character in the book. The kite that is pictured effectively draws the eye to Pooh, but I would make the line bolder. I would add Piglet to the scene drawn because he does play a major role in the novel. Also there is a companion book named The Te of Piglet , so adding him in would reinforce his role. I love the colors on the book because they are not overdone, but if Piglet was to be added in, his pink tone might be taken over by Poohs red and yellow outfit....
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