Highlighting how images licensed from the Bridgeman archive were transformed by designers into book covers in 2014. Every image tells a story.
England’s Emblem, 1907 (earthenware with blue glaze) by Walter Crane (1845-1915) / Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, USA / Bridgeman Images © Allen Lane
A still life with glass of wine, tazza and a pewter plate by Hans van Sant (C.17th) / Johnny Van Haeften Ltd., London / Bridgeman Images © Random House
Lollipop Tree, Umbria, 1998 by Tevor Neal (Contemporary Artist) / Bridgeman Images © Ullstein Buchverlage. Designer: bürosüd GmbH, München
A Still Life of a Tazza with Flowers by Jan the Younger Brueghel (1601-78) / Private Collection / Johnny Van Haeften Ltd., London / Bridgeman Images © Random House. Designer: Kelly Blair
Pharmaceutical jars for Camphor and Spirit of Wine (glass), German School, (C.18th) / Faculte de Pharmacie, Paris / Archives Charmet / Bridgeman Images © Bloomsbury USA. Designer: Amy C. King.
Making of Bridgeman book covers 2013