Bath-based Northbank has designed the 2003 Writers’ Awards book for the Arts Council England, taking its inspiration from the authors’ hands – quite literally. Photographer Kelvin Rogers has snapped the palms of writers like Salman Rushdie, Graham Swift and Rose Tremain, all of whom feature work-in-progress in the book, as well as taking their portraits. It is the third year running that the group has handled the project. The book is due to be published on 27 June.
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