Anthony Horton is a father, business executive, artist and an avid triathlete. Grapefruit Vinaigrette, published in 2007, is his first novel. While working with Anthony on an idea for the cover design, we both agreed that it should be playful so it can reflect the character in the book, who is particularly obsessed the salad dressing. So we played up that idea with a vibrant coloured action shot of grapefruit being squeezed and paired it with elegant typography to complete the clean minimalistic design. Cover photography was provided by Anthony Brewster.
Grapefruit Vinaigrette can be purchased at any major book stores or online at Amazon.
At 24, Elliot Ludwig Lewis is ‘gearing up’. Gearing up to finish his Master’s degree, gearing up to start a career and gearing up to figure out where his life is going. Through a narrative ripe with raw, sarcastic commentary, Elliot shares his dilemmas; working as a ‘cucumber cutter’ for his authoritarian Grandmother, faking his credentials to qualify for a sales job he’s not really sure he wants, procrastinating on his ongoing education, dealing with an assortment of truly odd, but high-quality acquaintances and, through a series of humorous Interludes, his growing obsession with creating the perfect salad dressing.