The cover for the next Penguin edition of George Orwell's 1984 is so doubleplusgood you’re going to want to buy another copy. As designed by David Pearson, the title and author’s name are censored by thick black bars (actually black foiling) that obscure the text. It’s as if the Ministry of Truth had decided to erase the book from history and make it an unbook by an unperson. Brilliant!

[via Creative Review]