Penguin’s Draw Your Own Covers

Penguin’s Draw Your Own Covers
Innovation

Penguin-1When we were in London a couple of weeks ago, Jeremy Ettinghausen of Penguin books was kind enough to give us a new edition of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray and Magic Tales from the Brothers Grimm. The interesting part: the covers are blank and the owner is invited to draw his or her own cover.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 4 december 2006

When we were in London a couple of weeks ago, Jeremy Ettinghausen of Penguin books was kind enough to give us a new edition of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and Magic Tales from the Brothers Grimm. The interesting part: the covers are blank and the owner is invited to draw his or her own cover. They’re part of the MyPenguin series and the back of the book announces, “Books By The Greats, Covers By You”.

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