..and, while I quite like them (they seem to take their cue from Michael Salu's Italo Calvino covers), they don't seem quite dynamic enough for the books. Compare them with some of Penguin's many editions from the last 10 years...
|More on these editions, released in both hardback and paperback, here and here|
|The appropriately lurid Penguin US covers|
|The Penguin Modern Classics editions|
|A Penguin 'Red Classics' omnibus containing Live and Let Die|
|The first Penguins from 2002, also made available in hardback and paperback|