Books with Beautiful Typography

I don’t think I have ever paid too much attention to the typography on book covers before! Something I noticed when putting this list together is that most books don’t have interesting fonts or typography. I guess they just want the title to be readable and recognizable and for other aspects of the cover design to shine.

Cake Eater was a trippy reading experience and I think the typography here does a good job of reflecting that.

I love the colour choices when it comes to the typography of Last Night at the Telegraph Club and how it does appear as though it is a neon sign.

I appreciate the style and colour of the typography used on the cover of Love Radio! It is a vibe!

The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea reads like a fable, and I think that the subtlety of the font captures that perfectly!

I just love how stylistic the font on the cover of A Song of Wraiths and Ruin is. It has a huge impact!

The font of White Smoke has a smokey vibe to it, so it couldn’t be more perfect!

Raybearer was the first cover that came to mind when I saw this week’s prompt. There is something powerful about the font choice here and I even have an enamel pin and art print with the same font and they are some of my favourite book merch.

Summer Sons is a horror and I think the typography reflects that really well!

I love the way that the typography of You Made a Fool of Death with Your Beauty looks like it could be handwritten. So pretty!

The typography of A Certain Appeal stands out to me! I love that each word is in a different font and that it manages to capture of allure and glamour of this book.

YouTube Instagram | Twitter | Goodreads

14 thoughts on “Books with Beautiful Typography

  1. I absolutely agree. Those book titles look beautiful. I love when authors go through that extra step to make it look appealing for readers.

Leave a Reply