Designed by Lee Calcraft, the covers of P&A continued to become more visually appealing, whilst maintaining its handmade spirit.
Here the figure, presumably reading poetry, is unknowingly being spied upon by a host of eyes in the top right hand corner, symbolising the ever-present audience, which the magazine wishes to engage with.
The back cover however, reveals the eclectic and all-embracing nature of the magazine, through stylistic contrast; the precise penned lines, tight forms and complex patterns of the front cover are replaced by an impressionistic explosion of streaks of mauve and pink with a new relief title pressed in black over it.
However, note the similarity of both the 'P' and 'A' to the previous design, suggesting continuity despite the changing editors, contributors and cover designs.
CLASSMARK: University of Leeds, A-0.01 POE