8 great examples of geometric art in book design

Geometric art has a long and noble history, being especially important in the ancient Greek and Islamic art traditions. More recently, geometric forms were also central to what's been dubbed the 'golden age of graphic design', led by designers like Paul Rand during the 1950s-1970s.

This was an era dominated by abstract and minimalist approaches to design, in which geometric patterns were commonly seen adorning the covers of best-selling books. Some of the most memorable examples feature in this recent motion design project by Henning M Lederer:

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