Kafka Covers

These apparently placed in the 50 Books/50 Covers design competition. Not sure how much I like these . . . what’s with the eye motif? What does that have to do with Kafka?

Alas, the most beautifullest Lispector covers did not finish in the running.

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The Lispector covers are at the bottom of that link.

It appears that the Lispector covers are among the 50, they appear at the very bottom of the list (if I am looking at the correct page).

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