Sunday, April 19, 2009

CD cover: OBEY

Obey the Altar Native asked for an album cover inspired by their favorite designer toy store, Red Hot Robot. This is the end result, and yes, the Japanese does say "Red Hot Robot!!" (thanks to Justin for the translation). Original robot illustration by Simon Oxley.

Friday, April 17, 2009

CD covers: Taylor Bright

Taylor Bright asked for two different album covers, each with a cut-paper scrapbook look to them, and provided her logotype and photos to use.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

CD cover: Broken Keys

Multi-instrumentalist Broken Keys asked for a New Orleans collage for his album "Sounds of the 504", supplying many of the photos.

CD cover: -008'

The indie hip-hop artist -008' asked for a cover that'd convey three things: "politics, money, rap".

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

CD cover: AMPSEX

The guys from AMPSEX asked for an over-the-top, crazy cover for their song I Want Pain, and this was their favorite... a grindhouse-inspired design. These are a lot of fun.

Friday, April 3, 2009

CD cover: Fabian Herzog

Fabian Herzog asked for a quiet, nostalgic, melancholy image for his song "Rusty Roses". He liked this sepia-toned landscape and asked me to add a red rose to the bottom... and it was done.

CD cover: E-MAN

Hip-hop artist E-Man asked me to find an image that'd fit the old-school vibe of his single. This mural fading to black & white really fit the groove. I especially like the "talking doggie hand" graffiti on the wall.