Judging by the number of post-awards tweets, a good time was had by all at the Academy of British Cover Design’s annual shindig last night.
The year’s best work in book cover design was duly awarded and you can check out all the winning work below – all the shortlisted projects, which serve as a fine summation of some of 2016’s best designs, are also shown on the ABCD website. Here’s who won what last night:
Non-Fiction cover winner: Jack Smyth
Sci-Fi/Fantasy cover winner: Nathan Burton
Series Design covers winner: Suzanne Dean (illustrator), Aino-Maija Metsola (illustrator)
Classics/Reissue cover winner: Jamie Keenan
Children’s cover winner: Dominica Clements (designer), Anna Billson (art director), Oliver Jeffers (illustrator)
Women’s Fiction cover winner: Kris Potter
Literary Fiction cover winner: Suzanne Dean (designer), Marion de Man (illustrator)
Crime/Thriller cover winner: Blacksheep
Young Adult cover winner: Sinem Erkas
Mass Market cover winner: Jack Smyth
The shortlisted work in each category can be seen at abcoverd.co.uk
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