Since joining the Penguin Random House team in 2002, Coralie has been behind some of the publisher’s best-loved designs to emerge in recent years; namely her work on the clothbound classics series. Created using ageold techniques, the books are defined by their pared-back, pattern-based covers in minimal colour palettes. Although most hardback editions last for a year’s print run before becoming paperbacks, many of Coralie’s designs are still available in their original format, 11 years later – a testament to their tireless popularity.
Since 2010, Coralie has also worked freelance, with projects for The New York Times, Diageo and Fortnum and Mason under her belt. And as if that wasn’t enough, she also finds time to write and illustrate her own books. In 2015 her debut title, The Fox and The Star, attracted a wide range of awards, including The Academy Of British Book Design, V&A Illustration Awards and D&AD to name just a few.