Non-fiction book covers

  • Selected cover design for non-fiction books at Penguin Random House between 2015 and 2018.

  • 70º aniverssary edition of Beauvoir’s iconic book.
    “El segundo sexo” by Simone de Beauvoir. Lumen 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • “The Sound of Dreams” is a collection of essays on music and it's effect on our emotions.
    “El sonido de los sueños. Ensayos sobre música” by Diego Fischerman. Debate 2017. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Cover for the oral history on Argentina’s 1978 FIFA World Cup based on the iconic stadium's Autotrol sign.
    I also love the author’s portrait as a goalkeeper kid in the same year.
    “78. Historial oral del mundial” by Matías Bauso.  Editorial Sudamericana 2018. 155 x 230.
  • Pocket paperback reedition of Huxley’s classics “Doors of perception” and “Heaven and hell”.
    “Las puertas de la percepción / Cielo e infierno” by Aldous Huxley. DeBolsillo 2017. 125 x 180 mm. 
  • An exhaustive collection of César Aira's ideas.
    “Ideario Aira” by Ariel Magnus. Random House 2018. 135 x 210 mm.
  • Painter’s Xul Solar biography re-edition.
    “Xul Solar. Pintor del misterio” by Álvaro Abós. Editorial Sudamericana 2017. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Spanish edition of a french renowed essay.
    We’ve spread the set of illustrations that Alain Bouldayre made for every interior chapter all over the jacket.
    “Diccionario amoroso del psicoanlálisis” by Élisabeth Roudinesco. Debate 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • An argentine economy manual.
    “Macroeconomía argentina” by Miguel Braun and Lucas Llach.
    Editorial Sudamericana 2018. 200 x 230 mm.
  • Economy Nobel Prize winners private life stories. “Nobelnomics” by Juan Carlos De Pablo.
    Editorial Sudamericana 2017. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Reedition of conversations with the argentine rock legend Luis alberto Spinetta.
    “Martropía. Conversaciones con Spinetta” by Juan Carlos Diez. Illustration by Luis Alberto Spinetta.
    Aguilar 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • An investigative about argentine guerrilla’s infiltrator in the military forces during the seventies.
    “Los Doblados” by Ricardo Ragendorfer. Editorial Sudamericana 2016. 155 x 230 mm.
  • A biography of the argentine-russian thinker, writer and journalist Alberto Gerchunoff.
    “La vocación desmesurada” by Mónica Szurmuk. Editorial Sudamericana 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • A guide on how to build an equalitier society up (without losing glamour) by a recognized feminist economist.
    Editor’s (soft-touch) clutch-like cover got lots of repercussion between both, women and men, on tv and social media.
    “Economía feminista” by Mercedes D’alessandro. Editorial Sudamericana 2016. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Famous rock bands fired members stories.
    “Losers” by Maximiliano Poter.  Ediciones B 2018- 155 x 230 mm.
  • Sandro de América’s biography, argentine biggest pop/rock icon.
    “Sandro. El fuego eterno” by Mariano Del Mazo. Aguilar 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • An updated reedition of the author’s definitive guide on argentine rock including forewords by Luis Alberto Spinetta, Adrián Dárgelos and, also, an album by photographer Nora Lezano which I’ve designed too. “50 años de rock en Argentina” by Marcelo Fernández Bitar. Editorial Sudamericana 2015. 200 x 230 mm.
  • Pocket edition cover re-design which title could be translated as “Living in the stock markets”.
    “Golden Boys” by economist Hernán Iglesias Illia. DeBolsillo 2016. 125 x 190 mm.
  • Asked Clarita (4) to complete this “A world without adults” book cover.
    “Un mundo sin adultos” by Mariano Narodowski. Debate 2016. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Drummer’s memories on his years beside largest argentine rock legends.
    “Qué es un long play” by Fernando Samalea. Editorial Sudamericana 2016. 155 x 230 mm.
  • A book in which the author, also a recognized journalist, tells the story of her armenian grandmother.
    “Nomeolvides Armenuhi” by Magda Tagtachian.  Editorial Sudamericana 2016. 155 x 230 mm.
  • “La sombra de Hitler” by Pierpaolo Barbieri.  Taurus 2016. 155 x 230 mm.
  • On international media reaction to the argentine dictatorship and the dissappeared titled as the unfamous military campaign slogan: “Argentina is human and right”. “Somos derechos y humanos” by Daniel Gutman.
    Editorial Sudamericana 2015. 155 x 230 mm.
  • A biographic book about the anarchyst historian and journalist who was forced into exile during argentine military dictatorship. “Osvaldo Bayer. El rebelde esperanzado” by Germán Ferrari.  Editorial Sudamericana 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Essay on fallacy and current times naturalization of  lie. “Malversados” by Ezequiel Spector.
    Editorial Sudamericana 2018. 155 x 230 mm.
  • Soft lamination film and traslucent ink print gives this cover a plastic effect similar at a vinyl record at touch.
    “Los 138 discos que nadie te recomendó” by Ernesto G. Castrillón and Sergio Coscia.
    Grijalbo 2017. 200 x 230 mm.
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