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Pantone Swatch album art

Art, Graphic Design

Posted by Creative Review, 8 February 2012, 15:07    Permalink    Comments (4)

Graphic designer and artist David Marsh combines two of his interests in a series of prints – Pantone swatch graphics from Adobe Illustrator and classic album covers

"Hip-hop artist Scroobious Pip liked them so much he commissioned me to design his latest album cover and single releases in a similar style," says Marsh.

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4 Comments

look very much like these 8bit album covers i did http://leemontague.tumblr.com/page/2#7164723701
Lee Montague
2012-02-08 20:09:37


@Lee I love your work Lee. The 8 bit idea is a cracker!

Other pieces of my work can be found at http://artomattic.tumblr.com/

email david.marsh@artomattic.com for a pdf of the full series of Pantone 12's

Dave
David Marsh
2012-02-09 11:38:49


I really like this technique, there are specific software that automatically creates this effect? or you use photoshop by adjusting the resolution?
GADget personalizzati
2012-03-12 09:55:13


It's done in illustrator mr GADget. I'm not aware of any software that creates this in vector format.
David Marsh
2012-05-05 14:47:09


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