The 132-page book is printed in 4-colour + 032 (’Jerry’s favourite’, according to SEA Design).
The book project came about when Sea Design associate director Danny McNeil met with Cinamon’s daughter Beth earlier this year.
The pair set about developing the compendium together, aiming to draw together the designer’s huge body of work to share more widely with the design community.
Cinamon was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1930, and moved to England in 1960, where he eventually became chief designer at Penguin Books.
His distinctive, Swiss design-influenced style is seen across numerous iconic works, include designs for books, book jackets, lettering and posters.
McNeil has also produced two editioned screen prints – a reproduction of Cinamon’s BBC poster, and a print of his Penguin Art & Architecture catalogue cover.
These are limited to 50 copies each, signed by Cinamon.
The book and posters will be available from the exhibition, which starts on 4 September, and on the bigcartel site here bigcartel.geraldcinamon.com