The new cover trilogy reflects social norms in a colorful typographic way. Working with pastel backgrounds symbolizes the common feeling of the progressive dilution of social rules and what one feels is right and wrong in contemporary society.
Thus, the evolution of type fonts hints at the fact that social rules are developing over time and might not evoke the same interpretation and behavior throughout society. In order to read the large words (which symbolize norms), the reader must open the cover, a metaphor for the fact that distance is required to understand social rules. The white recess that summarizes all relevant information about the current issue can be understood as an attempt to codify social norms through laws in order to ensure a common understanding of social conventions that have become multiple and vague in modern multicultural societies.