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CD Packaging: Imaginary Single Cover for Agatha & Fine

This grassy conceptual CD packaging for Agatha & Fine  is created by Elcin Kirca Gokce from Turkey.

Look at how elaborate it is. It reminds me of those expensive picture books for toddlers.

I adore the front panel but what I adore most is the inside panel and the CD label. I know it’s just a plain picture of  grass- nothing too grand there- but the flatness of the CD tray draws me in. In a quick glance, it looks like there’s no CD at all.

Too cute!

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