named Edward Young. He sketched penguins at the London Zoo
for the logo design.
In 1937 the logo changed and became a little more
squat with an elongated bill. 1938 saw the penguin
get a little funky walk but go back to his original
|L to R: 1946, 1946, 1947, 1947, 1947|
It's the one I remember from paperback books I checked out of the library.
The logo changed again in 1987, with minor changes in 2003 to the bird we would all recognize today. For their 75th Anniversary, Penguin Books spruced up their logo
by adding an oval orange field to surround the bird.
|Bird changed to this style in 1987, |
Orange field added in 2010