Here's the sleeve for Dannii Minogue's 'brave' greatest hits compilation. Head tilted back? Mouth slightly open? This Minogue hits sleeve is all feeling slightly famil…
What's that sound?
There's something coming…
No, it couldn't be.
But it is!
It's the Popjustice Protractor Of Doom!
As you will no doubt recall, the Protractor made its debut here on Popjustice back in March, putting forward a RELIABLE and MATHEMATICAL argument regarding the angle at which sans serif writing appears on record sleeves (the 'Angle Of Hopelessness') and that angle's relationship to the popstar-in-question's state of mind.
Here were the Protractor's initial findings…
…which led it to conclude that, in these difficult pop times, an angle of 30Â° or lower should be allowed.
Let's see how Dannii's album sleeve fares.
29Â° seems like a good angle. It reflects the hint of panic over the fact that nobody can really remember more than five of Dannii's hit singles, but it also reflects the joy — and hope — which 'So Under Pressure' brings.