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Patrick Leigh Fermor: journey’s end book cover

January 22, 2014

plfhome2_0A short article from the Creative Review about the book covers for Paddy’s work.  A must read as it is full of beautiful pictures of Craxton book covers. Best seen on on a big computer screen.

by Mark Sinclair

The final part of Patrick Leigh Fermor’s triology documenting his walk across Europe in the 1930s was published in September. Its cover by Ed Kluz, shown left, fulfilled an interesting brief – to offer something new but to keep in mind the tradition of Fermor’s illustrated covers, designed since the 1950s by the late John Craxton…

Read the article on the CR blogsite here.

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  1. Christos Paganakis permalink
    January 25, 2014 10:46 pm

    Yeah , that’ll do .
    That earlier thing you showed us looked apposite for an account of General Burnside’s
    ” Mud march ” of 1862 , mosques in the snow is much nicer ..

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