Example:

Robert Louis Stevenson. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Norwalk, Connecticut: Heritage Press, 1952. Bound in 2007.

Black and red goatskin with red and black inlays, the image on the upper board inspired by the illustrations in the book and the desire to portray a good and evil side to the face. Page edges covered with graphite paint. Handsewn red endbands and black endpapers.