The Handmaid's Tale
Cover redesign for The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood: a dystopian future where women are relegated to have limited rights and are seen as no more than a reproductive machine. The cover plays off of the idea of the erasure of these women’s identities through the violent scratching, representative of the government. This is furthered with the fact that all the women look uniform, stripped of all personality. The black marker lines stand for the extreme censorship in the state.
Book cover design for the Drexel College of Arts & Sciences Writers Room for their fourth anthology - a compilation of poems and photography created by Drexel students, high school students, and local Mantua/Powelton residents.