In order to bring a little authenticity to the latest album art for Germany’s Elyjah, design firm Zwolf spent a good amount of time (and ammunition) shooting holes into 2,000 of these covers. Adding more legitimacy to the packaging design, the band was also shot (this time with a camera) in large format, clothed in vintage apparel. The results are refreshing as there is a turn-of-the-century feel with a tinge of modern-day aesthetics thanks to the full-color cover that utilizes a more contemporary typeface. Well conceptualized and executed, this packaging is worthy of its awards.
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[…] design shop, Zwolf, (whom we’ve mentioned before), is again pushing the boundaries of hand-made (or hand-destroyed, it seems) packaging with the new […]