The Positivity Cover Art Thread
This thread is for discussing cover art, past and present, trends in cover art, and if you like, some about the books and authors attached to the cover art. To stay on topic in this particular thread, however, you can only make positive comments about cover art and present cover art that you like, through embedding or links. (Good-natured jokes, however, are acceptable.) In particular, the word "childish" is completely off topic and should not be used, even when discussing the cover art for children's and YA fiction. You will also be off-topic if you critique any other member's positive opinion about a cover.
(There are many other threads on cover art in the forum for those who would prefer not to participate in such a topic regarding cover art.)
A cover that I liked very much recently, which I've mentioned elsewhere, is the cover for Jay Lake's new novel Green. It's dynamic and arresting, I find, and the color is appropriately gorgeous.
I also really like this one for a novel of Lawrence Watt-Evans due out this fall:
Making it like a watercolor sketch goes well with the figure's Renaissance garb, and the image is distinct and caught my attention.
(Apologies for using Amazon links, but my computer is physically incapable of embedding images at SFFWorld and we haven't been able to fix it.)