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The designer Bernd Kuchenbeiser loves books - some because of their content, some because of their appearance. His library expands constantly and not only for professional reasons; there are plenty of volumes he loves to have on his shelves simply because he finds them such beautifully designed objects.
A "good book" and whatever it is that makes a book beautiful are not easy to define - the details of a design may well suit one book to perfection, but be very much out of place with another publication. A good book never wants to be left on the shelf - it needs to be read, examined, discussed, and it was with all of this in mind that the author launched his Website "A Good Book", where publications of many different genres are presented as if in an intimate diary, and discussed not only in terms of their content, but also in the context of their creative design, or the pleasures to be had from holding and examining them. He was quick to notice how many of these fine books had a simple design combination of black text on a white background.
This observation is why 61 books with black type on white cover came into being as an "analog" selection from the website: each book here is presented with the cover, a bibliography and a short text, anecdote, or even a quotation to initiate discussion.
Much care, effort and affection was lavished on compiling and designing a reader - this is an anthology which of course also references the black and white thematic focus.
61 books with black type on white cover is available in two sizes: a small reader in paperback format or as a large display volume with the covers in the original dimensions.
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