Don DeLillo book covers

Bar, Noma
July 2011
Creative Review;Jul2011, Vol. 31 Issue 7, Special section p22
Images are presented of book covers designed by Noma Bar for author Don DeLillo's series of novels published by the Picador publishing imprint.


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