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The Pelican Shakespeare Series by Manuja Waldia

Published May 1, 2018

Artist and designer Manuja Waldia was commissioned by Penguin Books to redesign the Pelican Shakespeare series.

“A total of 40 books, the series is ongoing and art directed by Paul Buckley. We used a modern linear and geometric style to approach these classics in a contemporary manner, categorized as Tragedies (black), Comedies (light blue) and Histories (maroon). The series won a Gold Medal at the SOI Annual Exhibition (Book category).”

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