Cover designs for William Gibson’s Neuromancer trilogy

Daniel Brown 2016

William Gibson coined the term ‘cyberspace’ in his dystopian novel Neuromancer in 1984. In 2016 he invited the digital artist and programmer Daniel Brown to design new book covers for his Neuromancer trilogy. Brown wrote fractal mathematics software to create photographic, architectural, Escher-inspired arrangements that provide infinitely claustrophobic, coded settings for the visionary series.

Publisher: Gollancz, London 2016


Book jacket covers for Neuromancer (first published 1984), Count Zero (first published 1986) and Mona Lisa Overdrive (first published 1988)


Hybrid Landscapes
April 2017 – November 2019 at Digital Catapult, London

About the Artist

Daniel Brown is an artist, programmer and creative-technologist, working in the fields of generative and interactive art and design. With a background in programming and user experience design, Daniel combines this with traditional aesthetics-focused creative direction,…
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