Artist Francis Cugat created the classic cover for The Great Gatsby.
Like any artist, he had a few early drafts. These are some of the sketches he used while working with different potential titles (including Among the Ash-Heaps and Millionaires,Trimalchio in West Egg, and The High-Bouncing Lover) and cover concepts (like a desolate railroad scene).
The celestial eyes Cugat ended up with became iconic (they’re probably Daisy’s). You can read an academic essay about the covers here. And, of course, we have a tricky Gatsby trivia question too.