Archive for the ‘Openmind designs’ Category
It’s been a bit quiet on here of late because I’ve been very busy tying up the last pieces of the Frankie Goes To Hollywood box set with Philip Marshall and the deadline is this weekend with the book still to finish. We’ve had some 11th hour changes due to the USM legal dept. getting [...]
I’ve been scanning the original Welcome To The Pleasuredome artwork by Lo Cole this week and, comparing it to the existing scans I was working with, there’s quite a bit of difference. It’s tempting with Photoshop to put images through all sorts of filters and processes to make the image ‘pop’, much like compression and [...]
Very pleased to log on and see that the Frankie Goes To Hollywood ‘Inside The Pleasuredome’ box set I designed has tipped over the 100% mark to become fully funded . Rob Puricelli has put together a great overview of the project on his Failed Muso blog.
The Frankie Goes To Hollywood deluxe 30th anniversary edition of ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ I designed is now 83% funded after less than 2 weeks. Here are some more images of some of the contents. You can pledge for a set or separate elements here.
I’ve just been combing old discs for archived artwork for various Beat Delete reissues, forget vinyl, this is the new digging – byte digging. The first Herbaliser LP sleeve (‘Remedies’, 1995) and labels takes up just 5.4 MB of space, madness. Above and to the right are unused designs for the first Cinematic Orchestra album [...]