Cornerstone imprint Windmill unveils new logo for 'broader, bolder' publishing

Cornerstone imprint Windmill unveils new logo for 'broader, bolder' publishing

Cornerstone has revealed a new logo for its literary imprint Windmill, marking the start of a "broader, bolder" chapter as it begins to publish in hardback and launches an "ambitious" classics re-issues programme.

The new logo features an original lino cut of a windmill, in a nod to the logo of sister imprint William Heinemann yet with "a hand-crafted, human feel". It was designed by Henry Petrides, a book cover designer and illustrator based in London, who currently works as a senior designer for Penguin Random House.

The refresh follows the hiring of Charlotte Cray from HarperCollins to...

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