Superb cover and was easy to work with! I would work with them again!
Working with Proi is always easy and enjoyable.
- Adrenaline Design
Adrenaline Design has once again exceeded my expectations. They listened to what I wanted, asked all the right questions, and presented different options for feedback - along with their own creative input. The result was a true collaboration, and the product of great teamwork.
- Kep Lagrange
Good work. Always a pleasure working with Gabi.
Great design that fulfilled the brief creatively. Quick responses as well. Excellent!
How Fictivity Press started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We arrange to have authors' manuscripts prepared for self-publication. For this project, the target audience is 18-45-year-old readers of steampunk, fantasy, and historical fiction. The story is set mostly in Victorian London and involves an alien demonic creature.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We need a book cover designed for both ebook and print formats. The print book will be a 6x9 trade paperback, but we do not yet have a page count for spine width. The front cover will display the title "The Infernal Aether," and the author's name, "Peter Oxley" in a suitable font. We're looking for a steampunk feel (heavy on the steam, lighter on the punk!) that conveys action, mystery, suspense, and impending doom. One idea we have for the artwork would be adapted from a scene in the novel and would depict three rather dapper gentlemen approaching London's Royal Observatory near dusk as a demonic (not satanic) entity is making its presence known (as noted in the comments, this scene may be a bit too much to depict on a book cover).