‘Loughborough has a lot to be proud of’: Penguin print house on its 25th anniversary

PORTLAND, Ore.

— �Loughliams� 25th Anniversary Print House is celebrating with some special prints.�The company has been in business for nearly 20 years and has grown to be a world-class printer and distributor,� said David Regan, a spokesman for Penguin.�We have a large library of original and selected prints and a large selection of art,� he said.�This year, we will have some of the most iconic prints in the world in the print house.��Penguin prints are available at Penguin stores, on its website and at local retailers, including the PNC Center for Arts, Culture and Technology.

The company sells its prints in more than 40 countries.

The company is celebrating its 25-year anniversary with a special edition of a collection of prints that includes the famous Pufferfish logo, a signature print by the artist John Dyer and the iconic penguin print, by one of the company�s most trusted artists, Robert Dyer.

Dyer is the artist who created the logo that has appeared on hundreds of thousands of books around the world.

Dyers� work includes many other iconic designs, including many of the original prints.

He is best known for the signature penguin on the cover of The Great Gatsby, which he painted in 1932.

He also designed the original cover of the 1964 classic children�s book Alice in Wonderland, which featured the penguin and the words, �Darling, what are you doing?�The print house was founded in 1958 and is one of only three print houses in the U.S. to be recognized by the American Society of Newsprint and Image Editors.

In the late 1970s, the company moved to the United Kingdom and opened a print shop in the London office of PNC, which became a part of Penguin.

In 1997, PNC became part of the Penguin family.

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