There is a winner. A few months ago in this space we noted a Harvard University Press contest to design a logo and jacket design for the Murty Classical Library of India, a forthcoming series of facing-page translations from Hindi, Pali, Sanskrit, and myriad other Indic languages. The prize of $10,000 and jacket credit on all books goes to independent designer Andrea Stranger, who discusses her design process on the HUP blog.
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