Penguin is exhuming its Pelican imprint, which will return in May with books aimed at readers who like to ‘think for themselves’.
David Pearson has designed a series of Penguin books by George Orwell.
NME has been redesigned with a new look and a new logo in a bid to assert ‘authority, credibility and depth of knowledge.’
Unreal has designed two books for The People’s Supermarket, a co-operative supermarket which featured in a channel 4 documentary of the same name.
Kent Lyons is designing six newspapers and accompanying iPad apps which will be published in serialised form to mark this year’s bicentenary of Charles Dickens’ birth.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
Continuing on from this week’s Publishing in focus feature, in which we ask digital luminaries to name their favourite apps, here David Curless of Precedent and Moving Brands’ Camilla Grey
The Institute of Contemporary Arts has appointed Gregor Muir as its executive director.
The Mayor of London has previously championed the role of public investment in developing the capital’s cultural life, but a new strategy document hints at a cost-driven change of approach.
Identica has appointed Sam Stone to the newly created role of creative director. Her appointment comes as part of an expansion at Identica, which has also seen four other recent
Blue Marlin has appointed Simon Pendry as the new creative director of its London office. Pendry will join at the end of January after 11 years as senior design director