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Album art : new music graphics

Author: John Foster
Publisher: London : Thames & Hudson, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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We are in the middle of one of the greatest periods in music packaging. Collectible packaging is back at the cultural vanguard: physical records are coveted by millennials, and hip clothing outlets devote massive amounts of space to record players and racks of LPs.0'Album Art' profiles thirty-three designers at the forefront of this movement, among them Braulio Amado, Chris Bigg, Brian Roettinger and Jonathan  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Foster
ISBN: 9780500294154 0500294151
OCLC Number: 1028611659
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 320 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction * Braulio Amadao, Portugal/USA * Bad People Good Things, USA * Jonathan Barnbrook, UK * Robert Beatty, USA * Chris Bigg, UK * Interview with Stefan Sagmeister * Featured: Dean Blackwood & Susan Archie * Daniel Castrejon, Mexico * Michael Cina, USA * Jacob Escobedo, USA * Jad Fair, USA * Feld, Germany * Interview with Art Chantry * Featured: Eric Carlson * Oliver Hibert, USA * Jacob Gronbech Jensen, Denmark * Mario Hugo, USA * Hvass & Hannibal, Denmark * Invisible Creature, USA * Morning Breath, USA * Interview: Paula Scher * Featured: Ben Newman * Non-Format, Norway/USA * Darren Orloff, Australia * Leif Podhajsky, Australia/Germany * Brian Roettinger, USA * Sam Ryser, USA * Interview: Spencer Drate & Judith Salavetz * Featured : Henry Owings * SchultzSchultz, USA * Sonnenzimmer, USA * Sub Pop Design Department, USA * Featured: Stijn Anseel * Featured: Agi Morawska * Featured: Heike-Karin Foll
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We are in the middle of one of the greatest periods in music packaging. Collectible packaging is back at the cultural vanguard: physical records are coveted by millennials, and hip clothing outlets devote massive amounts of space to record players and racks of LPs.0'Album Art' profiles thirty-three designers at the forefront of this movement, among them Braulio Amado, Chris Bigg, Brian Roettinger and Jonathan Barnbrook. They reveal and analyse the creative process behind each design, offering exclusive insights into how they are able to elevate the simple record cover into something more, something special, something unique, something memorable.

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