and ‘Life isn’t all Ha Ha Hee Hee’, by Meera Syal, as part of a design competition organised
by Penguin Random House.
of imminent threat, via the application of crosses and dead plants. Inspired by many modern sans serif fonts I chose typface Poppins, it is neutral and trustworthy, ideal for ‘The Uninhabitable Earth’ which is a well researched, credible and knowledgeable investigation, and report into climate change.
Sunita, the former activist law student, now a depressed housewife, and the chic Tania, who has rejected marriage in favour of a high-powered career in television.
the Penguin publishing house, including the dominant orange hue and elliptical Penguin logo, all accompanied by the Gill Sans typeface.