The New Stuff

Where The world ends artwork packaging

Vinyl Packaging: Where The World Ends / Indian Wells


Designer: Chiara Tomati
Designer / Co-creative director: Vincenzo De Maria
Client: Indian Wells /Fof Music
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Die-cut cardboard sleeve
Printing Process: Digital printing

via: www.packagingoftheworld.com

Indian Wells, producer Pietro Iannuzzi from southern Italy, released his third album ‘Where The World Ends’ via LA based Friends Of Friends on 8th September 2017. 

Without the need for words, “Where The World Ends” describes physical and mental borders as well as their abolition. Geographical, social and political isolation. The die-cut cover shields a multi-color painting, a metaphor for the lack of boundaries, for the beauty created when cultures mingle. Mountains that limit the gaze but at the same time push to overcome them. It is about contrasts and mixes, about colors, cultures, cuts. And suddenly, it evokes the blackest black and the end of the world, or perhaps a hope for a new beginning. You can find this album on vinyl in several physical and online shops in the US and Europe, cd format available in Japan.

___________________________________________________

Unified Manufacturing is an L.A. -based one-stop-shop that offers very affordable CD/DVD/USB replication, custom printing, promotional products, warehousing and fulfillment and many more. If you need an Instant Quote on a project and you want FREE SHIPPING, simply CLICK HERE.

Share

Recently Published

»

15 Indie Film Marketing Tips from the Experts

Marketing your indie film is now easier thanks to social media but ...

»

CD Packaging of the Week: A L Q V I M I A

Design: Luis Utrillas Project Type: Student ...

»

8 Things to Do When You Experience Creative Burnout and Want to End Your Music Career

Every day, thousands of musicians and artists experience creative ...

»

6 Practical Tips for Designing Album Cover

If it’s your first time to release an album, chances are the ...

»

CD Packaging: Land in sicht by “Oomph!”

Design concept for the song “Land in sicht” by the ...

»

Three Common Habits in the Routines of the Most Successful Creative People

As Zadie Smith said, there’s no “artist’s ...

»

Packaging of the Week: Gloriosa Rotonda Vinyl Sleeve

Designer: Brosmind Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Location: ...

»

CD Packaging of the Week: Celer, Opitope (Spekk)

Artist 1-4: Opitope; 5-10: Celer Title 1-4: “Physis”; 5-10: ...

»

Should You DIY or Hire a PR Company for Your Music?

You can be the greatest musician ever born but if you have no good ...

Read previous post:
Chang-and-Lee-9
CD Packaging of the Week: Chang and Lee

We love the look of this street, grunge, trashy pop CD packaging. It's definitely the type of CD packaging you'd...

Close