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Max Scratchmann is doing his part to make me famous

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The Walrus And The Carpenter, by Max Scratchmann

The eminently talented Max Scratchmann, who did the cover illustration for Yesterday Road, has added that image to his Indie Wall of Fame. There you’ll find a number of his superb, and slightly twisted, book covers and gig posters. Do check it out!

Indie writers who are on the verge of self-publishing can do no better than Max for their professional book covers, by the way. He’s responsive, creative, quick, and — best of all for those of us on a budget — inexpensive. And he’s delightful to work with. And he’s from Edinburgh.

Have a look at the Wall of Fame, and while you’re there take a gander at Max’s portfolio and his one-of-a-kind web site.

11 comments on “Max Scratchmann is doing his part to make me famous

  1. John W. Howell
    April 23, 2014

    His stuff looks great.

    • Kevin Brennan
      April 23, 2014

      Yes. Very Terry Gilliam.

      • John W. Howell
        April 23, 2014

        I am thinking of self pub. Should I contact him when ready?

      • Kevin Brennan
        April 24, 2014

        For sure, John. Let me know when you’re ready, and I’ll write him an intro note…

      • John W. Howell
        April 25, 2014

        Thanks

      • Kevin Brennan
        April 25, 2014

        Keep in mind, though, that he’s pretty fanciful, which might not suit your stuff…

  2. sknicholls
    April 23, 2014

    and his mushrooms bled purple when pricked…..

  3. 1WriteWay
    April 24, 2014

    Very cool! I like his work.

    • Kevin Brennan
      April 25, 2014

      He’s also a funny chap. Sometimes he write humorous verse…

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