I designed a cover for the fictitious book End Hunger Now: How The Policies You Support Can End Hunger, published by the International Food Policy Research Institute. The book focuses on actions we can take to create systemic change that will effect world hunger, specifically via economic policy, which has a profound impact on world hunger. I used simple design that grabs the interest of passersby while intriguing them to look at world hunger from a new perspective. The dark blue/beige colour scheme and restrained typography convey a government feel, along with collaged extracts from policy documents. The apple shaped die-cut balances the serious feel, and connects the reader to the idea of hunger issues changing through policy. The back side prompts readers to take action by signing a prewritten letter addressed to the president. The letter asks that specific policy issues pertaining to world hunger be addressed at the upcoming G20 summit, where world leaders meet to deliberate economic policy.