Cover design with silver and gold foil for De Weinigen (The Few), a great novel by Lucas Hirsch about the secret side of banking. Concept: the title refers to a certain type of banker: a grey, non-descript, unnoted person. Someone who is blinded by money and has a reason to hide his identity.
The title on the cover reads back in time via the covers of previous books, and emphasizes the content as the latest development of an ongoing story
With torn paper, rubber stamps and handwritten texts the cover looks as if this poetry book was damaged during a hard life in a library, most likely from a residential institution judging by the name (Dolhuis means Madhouse). All together an illustration of the raw character of the poems it contains.