The book cover design for Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale" is a powerful visual representation of the novel's oppressive themes. The combination of a uterus and the iconic bonnet symbol creates an image of a handmaid that reduces them to merely their reproductive organs and highlights how they are objectified by the patriarchal society in which they live. The cover design effectively captures the dystopian themes of the novel and leaves a lasting impression on the reader. The back cover prominently displays the brick wall featured in the story, providing additional context and visual interest. Overall, the design is thought-provoking and impactful, effectively conveying the novel's message about the dangers of oppressive societies.
Mockup of the front and back cover of "The Handmaid's Tale" design
Flat image of the front cover, back cover, and spine

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