Winner of the 2012 Fifty Books/Fifty Covers show, organized by Design Observer in association with AIGA and Designers & Books
Winner of the 2014 Type Directors Club Communication Design Award
Praise for "Haroun and the Sea of Stories"
"This is, simply put, a book for anyone who loves a good story. It's also a work of literary genius." Stephen King
"I enjoyed this adventure story. It involves you at once and keeps you reading, and so it should, for it s from the same magic land as "Sinbad," "The Thousand and One Nights," "The Golden Fleece."" Doris Lessing
"Fantastical, funny, whooping through drama and comedy, good and evil, introducing creatures delightful or frightening, this joyous and tender book is a whole "Arabian Nights" entertainment."
Nadine Gordimer, "The Times Literary Supplement"
"A lively, wonderfully inventive comic tale . . . [Rushdie's] own "Sea of Stories "from which he drew this entertaining and moving book continues to flow as clear and brilliant as ever."
Alison Lurie, "The New York Times Book Review"
Praise for Penguin Drop Caps:
"[Penguin Drop Caps] convey a sense of nostalgia for the tactility and aesthetic power of a physical book and for a centuries-old tradition of beautiful lettering."
Vibrant, minimalist new typographic covers . Bonus points for the heartening gender balance of the initial selections.
Maria Popova, "Brain Pickings"
"The Penguin Drop Caps series is a great example of the power of design. Why buy these particular classics when there are less expensive, even free editions of "Great Expectations"? Because they re beautiful objects. Paul Buckley and Jessica Hische s fresh approach to the literary classics reduces the design down to typography and color. Each cover is foil-stamped with a cleverly illustrated letterform that reveals an element of the story. Jane Austen s A ("Pride and Prejudice") is formed by opulent peacock feathers and Charlotte Bronte s B ("Jane Eyre") is surrounded by flames. The complete set forms a rainbow spectrum prettier than anything else on your bookshelf."
Rex Bonomelli, "The New York Times"
"Classic reads in stunning covers your book club will be dying."