Abstracted Architecture by Daniel Brown on New Covers for William Gibson’s Novels

Inception-esque folded buildings feature on new book covers for the science-fiction novels of William Gibson. Digital artist Daniel Brown put his own architecture photography through fractal mathematics software to generate the cover images. The illustrations decorate the covers of four of Gibson’s books – three novels from the Sprawl trilogy and one collection of short fiction. All three novels – Neuromancer, Count Zero and Mona Lisa Overdrive – take place in a dystopian, cyberpunk-inflected future, and Brown aimed to reflect this setting in his covers.






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