When it comes to minimalist editorial design, Japanese designer Yuta Takahashi has it covered. In his recent project for SAKS-BOOKS, he created the book design for Johannes Kühl and Johannes Greiner's Anthroposophische Gesellschaft und Freie Hochschule für Geisteswissenschaft – a text that explores the relationship between individuals and society from various perspectives.
Yuta explains: "We wanted the book to function as an interior object, so that it would have a function even after the reader finishes it. The cover design clearly depicts the book's theme with key visuals. Presenting the content of thought on a white background is uniform throughout this series. The artistic touch of paying attention to details can be seen from the arrangement of each letter to the minute gimmicks."
Minimalist and elegantly beautiful, the contemporary book was inspired by art, interior design, and lifestyle. Discover more on Facebook.
Via direct submission | All images courtesy of Yuta Takahashi