This is a melancholic tribute for the tiny Dorset village of Tyneham, which was requisitioned by the British government during World War II and was never returned to the inhabitants. Land access around Tyneham was opened up in the 1970s, but admission to the house remains strictly forbidden.
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Looking for a sweet way to package your CD invites? These Fabric CD sleeves might just be what you’re looking for!
Each of the CD packaging of Symon Hajjar‘s “There is Always Love” EP is hand-stamped. For the front cover, they used a stamp with a rocker mount so that strong and consistent pressure could be applied. For back cover, they used a regular flat stamp. If you want to do the same, they advice using […]
When we design CD artwork, it seems like a very easy task but in fact, there are so many things you can do wrong which could make you start from scratch again, or worse…have really bad prints! Before you create a huge mistake, here are some things you should bear in mind: I. Thou shalt […]
This grassy conceptual CD packaging for Agatha & Fine is created by Elcin Kirca Gokce from Turkey. The elaborate “grass” design looks like a children’s book as well as the graphics. Look at how elaborate it is. It reminds me of those expensive picture books for toddlers. I adore the front panel but what I adore most […]
The best record package for this year’s Grammy’s is the CD and vinyl package of Arcade Fire’s latest album “Suburbs.” Arcade Fire released a deluxe edition CD of The Suburbs on June 27, 2011. They released eight different album covers that look really similar- the same car on the foreground and different houses on the […]
So you’re just so pissed because one band member is very persistent that you make a really good looking CD packaging. WTF, right? It’s not like you’re already rich and famous. It’s your first time to release an album and you don’t want to spend big bucks because you’re not even sure if people will […]
OHM Electronic Music CD Packaging and booklet design for a collection of electronic music from 1948–1980. The album cover is designed with a system of interchangeable images. The lines and shapes in the images are based on line drawings from the experimental instruments used by the musicians. Do you like this CD packaging? We here […]
We’ve seen plenty of CD package with minimalist designs shape up in the late 2000s. After the dark age of the ’90s came the year 2000 along with many fancy photoshop blings and all kinds of other clutter. We’ve seen lots of CD package with over-the-top designs that aim to grab people’s attention. But seems […]
As a new artist releasing an album for the first time, it is one of your goals to get as much attention as possible. You are willing to experiment and do whatever it takes in order for people to talk about your album, your gigs, your creative posters, and of course, let’s not forget- your […]