Over the past 30 years, we’ve released a wide range of cover designs featuring art from all around the world. With every new collection we endeavour to share representations of unique artistic and cultural traditions with you.
Sometimes we find a design that is so special, one that continues to resonate even decades later, that we decide to bring it back out of the vault even after it has been discontinued and re-release it as part of a new catalogue collection.
Today, in honour of our 30th anniversary year celebrations, we’re taking a look at eight of those designs to see how they started, and how they’re going.
Which is your favourite re-release?
What design from the vault should we bring back next?
Is there a way to access all of the designs from over the years?
I adore the series that focused on the Book of Kells, but I don’t know how many there were.
Hi, great question!
As part of our 30th anniversary celebrations we are working on an online archive so you can browse all designs past and present. It’s currently in development, so stay tuned for an announcement 🙂
My favorites are the Romantic Sensibilities and the New Romantics as well as Emily Dickinson. A close third is the William Morris selection. I love Paperblanks.
Thank you so much! We’re so glad we could bring these designs back for you to enjoy again.
I like the Mucha collection most. I hope you will bring these out again.
Thank you for the suggestion!