Pantone Swatch album art
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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look very much like these 8bit album covers i did http://leemontague.tumblr.com/page/2#7164723701
@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 email@example.com for a pdf of the full series of Pantone 12's
I really like this technique, there are specific software that automatically creates this effect? or you use photoshop by adjusting the resolution?
It's done in illustrator mr GADget. I'm not aware of any software that creates this in vector format.
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