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CD Packaging of the Week: Scratch My Back


Designed at Real World by Marc Bessant, this ‘scratch my back Collector’s Edition’ is presented in a rigid, full colour and gloss laminated lift off lid box.

The cryptic image on the album cover is actually a micrograph of two red blood cells folding over each other, or, depending on the point of view, colliding with each other.

Artist: Peter Gabriel

Album: Scratch My Back

Label: EMI

Designer: Marc Bessant

Year: 2010

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