Flapping over Penguin

One of the first 10 books published by Penguin: can you imagine?

I’ve always loved Penguin’s clean, minimal design. It reminds me of library shelves, musty pages, favourite bookmarks. The publishing co. turned 75, and to celebrate they’ve launched a website dedicated to their catalogue and that ubiquitous orange cover. The best part: they commissioned tattoo artists to redesign covers for modern classics like Bridget Jones’ Diary and Martin Amis’ A Suicide Note.

Tara McPherson

And you can write your own stories on Penguin postcards:

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