A book cover series redesign was performed for renowned American author Jack London, and his most noted novels, Call of the Wild and White Fang, along with a collection of short stories.
A large illustration of the entire state of Alaska bridging each of the three books was used in part as an overarching element to visually join them as a set. In a larger sense, the primary intention was to conceptually communicate the immense and overwhelming vastness of the Yukon wilderness.
Design decisions were made to carry out the unified themes identified in the books. The elemental properties of watercolor were used to evoke a sense of organicness and nature. In the same way, finger-painted and handwritten type were applied to further integrate a certain human component.