If old fictional classics can be beautifully redesigned throughout the years -- hitting especially high notes on milestones -- it should only be the same for other books such as High Yield Future Tense. Yes, this tomb is a boring finance book, but that doesn't mean it has to look boring. After all, it is a sort of bible in the industry.
Designed by Eddie Opara of Pentagram, High Yield Future Tense breaks the mold in a way that is only natural. He believes "Finance books deserve the same graphical treatment as books about fashion or architecture." With bold typography, bolder colors and stunning graphics, the textbook is one that people will want to keep for years to come.
High Yield Future Tense Gets a Facelift For Its 50th Anniversary
Meghan Young — April 16, 2016 — Art & Design
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