In celebration of its sixtieth anniversary year, Penn State University Press reaffirms its commitment to excellence and innovation in scholarly publishing with a reinvigorated brand that reflects the exciting changes taking place in the world of publishing and speaks to the Press’s values, mission and future.
The Press’s internal design team collaborated with Brad Norr Design to create a new mark and visual identity, which will be seen across multiple platforms, from catalogs, books, and journals to a fully redesigned website. The new mark, a stylized “P” and “S” evoking a stack of books, is paired with a classic typeface, reflecting the Press’s respected history as well as its fresh outlook as a publisher of learned, relevant, and enduring books and journals.
The entire article on the new direction and brand for Penn State University Press is available on Penn State News.
– submitted by Cate Fricke, Penn State University Press