Penguin has introduced — and reissued — a number of small titles regarding climate change, and done so with some great design:
They’re even available as a boxed set:
“Do not use semicolons,” wrote Kurt Vonnegut; “All they do is show you’ve been to college.”
I love a semicolon. (Perhaps a little too much, some might say.) Read more about this underutilized punctuation: Semi-colons; or, learning to love literature’s most misunderstood punctuation
Creativeboom points out that Heath Kane, not a citizen but in fact a subject of the Crown, has designed new covers for George Orwell’s classics Animal Farm, 1984, and more.
Two interesting things about this: they call it the “final printed edition,” without further explanation. I somehow doubt there won’t be more editions in print — high schoolers everywhere would mourn, professors cry, and surveillance societies everywhere smile. Okay, overdramatic, but still.
And, I really preferred this one: