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Art director Nicholas Blechman presents The New York Times’ selections for the best book covers of 2013, including The Circle by Dave Eggers, designed by Jessica Hische, Without Their Permission by Reddit founder Alexis Onahian, designed by Oliver Munday, and The Art of Sleeping Alone by Sophie Fontanel, designed by Ben Wiseman.

See some of the year’s favorite books, which also happen to have some pretty great covers, here, here, and here

(HT GalleyCat)

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Beautiful new poster series from Oliver Munday, certain to delight fans of The Wire – and it’s for a great cause! The posters go on sale Monday. Snap ‘em up!

The Wire Poster Project consists of 60 typographic posters, each one representing one of the 60 different epigrams preceding every episodes of HBO’s critically acclaimed series.

Produced by graphic artist Oliver Munday, each purchase will benefit the Baltimore Urban Debate League.

Wire fans might remember the organization from the series’ fifth season when (just after being taken in by Howard “Bunny” Colvin) character Namond Brice gives an award-winning speech about HIV and AIDS in Africa in a BUDL event. Each WPP purchase will help real, at-risk kids like Namond Brice in Baltimore.

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The Wire Poster Project

The Wire Poster Project consists of 60 typographic posters, each one representing one of the 60 different epigrams preceding every episodes of HBO’s critically acclaimed series, The Wire. Produced by graphic artist Oliver Munday, each purchase will benefit the Baltimore Urban Debate League. Wire fans might remember the organization from the series’ fifth season when (just after being taken in by Howard “Bunny” Colvin) character Namond Brice gives an award-winning speech about HIV and AIDS in Africa in a BUDL event. Each WPP purchase will help real, at-risk kids like Namond Brice in Baltimore.