A trippy book cover illustrating the effects of drugs on the human mind.

Drugs and Human Behaviour, Gordon Claridge - paper-cut design vintage Pelican cover

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Penguin Essentials Releases 10 Gorgeous New Cover Designs for Classic Novels

Booktopia has The Man in the High Castle, Penguin Modern Classics by Philip K. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Man in the High Castle online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Penguin 1762    The Fall by Albert Camus  La Chute first published 1956  This translation first published in Great Britain by Hamish Hamilton 1957  Published in Penguin Books 1963  Reprinted 1965, 1966

The Metamorphosis-Franz Kafka Book Cover olivermunday - Covers Paul Rand Book Covers Penguin 1762 The Fall by Albert Camus La Chute firs.

Book Info:  Forgetting Things  Author: Sigmund Freud  Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd  Publication Date: June 5, 2005  Genre: Fiction  Design Info:  Designer: David Shrigley  Art_director: John Hamilton  Art_director: Jim Stoddart  Typeface: Hand Lettered

Book Info: Forgetting Things Author: Sigmund Freud Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd Publication Date: June 2005 Genre: Fiction Design Info: Designer: David Shrigley Art_director: John Hamilton Art_director: Jim Stoddart Typeface: Hand Lettered

Shakespeare's The Tempest, cover by Milton Glaser, a Signet Classic paperback from the 1960s

Shakespeare's The Tempest, cover by Milton Glaser, a Signet Classic paperback from the Wonderful, magical play.

Penguin book cover - "A Murder of Quality," by John le Carre. A brilliant & clever tale crafted by a genius.

Penguin book cover - "A Murder of Quality," by John le Carre. A brilliant & clever tale crafted by a genius.

"...the free soul is rare, but you know it when you see it - basically because you feel good, very good, when you are near or with them.”  Bukowski's Tales of Ordinary Madness

the free soul is rare, but you know it when you see it - basically because you feel good, very good, when you are near or with them.” Bukowski's Tales of Ordinary Madness

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