A really elegant submission from Paolo Pellegri. I love the Part title pages especially: Thank you!
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I love this new design for the ePub Zen Garden from Anthony Caccese, based on his favorite edition of Contact by Carl Sagan: The chapter headings look especially great: Thank you Anthony!
This is a lovely style (I like the “Part” pages especially) with a great cover: Thank you to Gordon Grace for providing it!
Three new styles for ePub Zen Garden from Mike Fallows, who has also blogged about his contributions, describing the various inspirations. Seneca Carter Jost
The ePub Zen Garden was featured in the recent article Web Standards for E-books by Joe Clark at A List Apart. I highly recommend it. Thanks to that publicity bump we’ve got a new contribution: Gibson, by Adam Scott. Thank you!
The last few weeks have seen a tremendous increase in interest about ePub. Many new blog posts have been written trying to explain the format. We’ve also seen a big jump in the number of publishers coming to Threepress for help with tricky ePub problems or just asking for guidance about the format. While I’d… Read more »
This is really funny if you get the joke, and still a nice style if you don’t. Thanks Kirk Biglione!
Another clean, minimalist style from Reece Dunn, with a nice use of small-caps: Adding small caps to only the first line of a chapter: where #content is the containing block that holds the ebook.
Thank you to Reece Dunn for this nice use of CSS typography and generous white space:
Thanks to Martin Jenny for a lovely “traditional” style for ePub Zen Garden, using embedded fonts for the headings (use Safari 4 or Firefox 3.5).