Album Art

Look as good as you sound. Well-designed album art can make your CDs and records look professional, sell copies, and keep your fans and supporters happy.

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Drive Me Home Single Art

This clean album cover for Yearbook Committee’s single “Drive Me Home” pulls imagery and text into a cohesive, striking image.

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Synesthesiac Album Art

We illustrated & designed this swirling technicolor album cover for a modern classical composer/musician. It’s sure to catch the discerning fan’s eye.

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The Wabash Volume II

An arts nonprofit asked us to design this compilation album of local music. We paired evocative images with bold typography for a great final piece.

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Bad Doggie

This album art design for the Dave Frisse Band is fun, bold, and enticing for fans good music. Retro art and type adds to the rock & roll feel.

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No Matter Where I Go

We made this open-sky album art for a storyteller/singer-songwriter. Perfect for a merch table and the catchy cover looks great on streaming platforms.

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This is the Winter

When Yearbook Committee needed album art for their second album, we designed this atmospheric piece channeling the band’s identity and musical mood.

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God’s Country

When Thom wanted cabin imagery and classic styling on his album art, we provided art direction and design that fit the mood of his music perfectly.

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Sing Till You Die

For their debut album, we designed these musicians some folky illustrated album art with a retro vibe. It’s eclectic and colorful, just like the band.

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Sweater Single Art

This tongue-in-cheek, peppy song about “whenever you wear that sweater” needed a coy, vintage-style album cover to match.

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Sudden Amaryllis

For this singer-songwriter’s album, a six-panel eco-wallet with carefully selected photos, line art and typography does the trick.

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