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15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

So…maybe everyone’s releasing their albums in cool Flash Drives or Dropcards. If they release in CD format at all, they’d most likely be housed in sleek Digipaks and Custom Boxes. There’s no way jewel cases can be cool in 2013, right? Wrong! Want proof? Well just check out these totally hip CD packaging using clear CD cases.

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Joni Mitchell CD Set [via]
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Unlabeled- Britt Lloyd Band [via]
clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

A Love Letter [via]
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Modern [via]

Clear Jewel Case Modern

Puerto Despertar- Clear Jewel Case wrapped in Poster envelope [via]
Clear Jewel Case wrapped in Poster

Pequeña Burguesía “Decorate it Yourself” CD Case [via]
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clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

Beck- The Information [via]
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Beck creative CD concept

Word Search Puzzle CD [via]
Clear CD cases conceptual puzzle

OHM Electronic Music [via]
OHM cd packaging

clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

Breaknecks & Lok Allé [via]
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clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

Worry No [via]
clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

Fly- Monkey Majik [via]
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clear CD cases, 15 Albums That Creatively Use Clear CD Cases

Compact disc labeling concept [via]
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Too Good to be True- Pinebender [via]

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Have you seen other clear CD cases done in an awesome way? Share to us on the comment section below!

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James Hill is a veteran of the music industry. He first worked at Warner Reprise Records then later joined Interscope/ Geffen Records where he managed producers and songwriters and got his first platinum record for Keyshia Cole’s The Way It Is. He is now helping indie artists with branding and manufacturing through his company Unified Manufacturing, a CD/DVD/vinyl and merch company in LA.

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