Morrissey autobiography published as Penguin Classic

Morrissey penguin classic

Publishing the autobiography as a classic before it's been read has caused debate

It's been fascinating to see how the decision to publish Morrissey's autobiography in the Penguin Classics imprint has polarized opinion. The debate is multi-layered and, with the portrait shot treated in the eye-catchingly traditionalist Penguin Classics design, it’s interesting to observe how design is at the centre of an artistic event that so ignites people's passions.

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