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A podcast where we discuss amazing album artwork with the artists behind them. A fascinating look at how the concepts came together, the interactions with the artists the covers were created for, inspirations, what album covers they wish they'd created and what acts they'd like to create artwork for!
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The final part in our discussion with Invisible Creature designers Ryan and Don Clark discussing their album art for Alice In Chains, Wolfmother, IAMX, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Part 2 of our discussion with Invisible Creature directors Don and Ryan Clark focuses on designs for Foo Fighters, Chris Cornell, The Living End, Dead Poetic and many more .
Invisible Creature is the design studio of Ryan and Don Clark, creators f iconic album art from The Foo Fighters to Brand New, Alice In Chains to Stone Sour and more. Tune into episode 1 to hear about their beginnings and growth as designers and musicians.
Dan Mumford is an iconic illustrator and album designer out of the UK. Acclaimed globally with exhibitions in the US, work with Star Wars as well as punk and hardcore artists such as Parkway Drive, A Day To Remember, Protest The Hero and more.
Dan Mumford is an iconic illustrator and album designer out of the UK. Acclaimed globally with exhibitions in the US, work with Star Wars as well as punk and hardcore artists such as Parkway Drive, A Day To Remember, Protest The Hero and more.This is part 2 where we delve into Dan's work with Star Wars/ Disney, Metal Hammer magazine, The Devil Wears Prada and more!
Part 2 of our discussion with legendary designer Gail Marowiitz. On this episode we discover Gail's guidance and work with Panic! At The Disco, Evanescence, Patti Smith, Ted Leo, Jonathan Coulton and many more.
Gail Marowitz is a Grammy Award winning designer incredible albums by Aimee Mann, Rollins Band, Panic! At The Disco and more. In this first episode we uncover Henry Rollins, Aimee Man, The Baby Animals and Jeff Buckley.
Part 2 of our chat with Frank Gargiulo - iconic designer behind Bad Religion, Fall Out Boy, Fountains of Wayne and more.
Frank is The Art Dictator and the name is fitting, and he has developed artwork for some incredible records. In this, the first of 2 parts Frank discusses his introduction to the music art world and his work with Red Hot + Blue, Pete Townshend from The Who, Clutch, CIV, Rival Schools and more.
We conclude our discussion with Tommy Steele by running through more of his iconic designs from Beach Boys to Foo Fighters and beyond
An iconic of album design, Tommy Steele has created some of the most well known album art ever. We discuss his career and his many highlights including Crowded House, Tom Petty, Neil Young, John Lennon and more in part 1
Our final episode with Masaki Koike discusses his involvement in The Cars Greatest Hits, Woodstock 50th Anniversary package and more.Across our 3 episode arc you'll hear about artists as diverse as De La Soul, Joni Mitchell, Keith Sweat, Cream and The Grateful Dead.
Masaki Koike delves into enormous releases for The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Grateful Dead and his Grammy win for What It Is! Funky Soul & Rare Grooves This is Part 2 / 3 for our discussion.
Masaki Koike is the Grammy Award winning designer behind many of the best box set designs on the planet. In this first part of our chat we talk Keith Sweat to De La Soul, Cream to Joni Mitchell, Sinatra to Joni Mitchell and more.
We finish our discussion with Callum Preston discussing album designs for Alex Lahey and Luca Brasi
Part 2 of our chat with Callum Preston and it's all about Parkway Drive and some incredible designs Callum has done for the group. Part 1 saw us find out all about Callum, discuss his work with Deez Nuts, 50 Lions and much more.
Callum Preston is a Melbourne, Australia based artist who has created art for the likes of Parkway Drive, Deez Nuts, Violent Soho and more. This is part 1 where we discuss Callum's origins, his time as drummer for the band Her Nightmare and then as an artist and album designer.
Jason Link is the creative director for Epitaph Records. In this 3rd and final episode of our chat Jason runs through the biggest bands on the label and his work with them on both new albums and re-issues of legendary albums put out over the label's fabled history.The Offspring 'Smash', Rancid "Life Won't Wait' and The Descendents newest albums are dissected along with Hot Water Music, Bad Religion and many others.
Jason Link has helmed the visual side of things for two of the biggest alternative labels on the planet - Epitaph and Victory Records.This is episode 2 where we delve into both labels and Jason's switch from to Los Angeles and working alongside some of the biggest punk and hardcore bands of all time. Iconic albums from Atreyu, Falling In Reverse and A Day To Remember are analysed and explained in detail.
Jason Link has a very punk rock start to his album design career, which is pretty fitting as he is the creative director for Epitaph Records. Over these 3 episodes we run through acts such as Bayside, Otep, Hawthorne Heights, The Offspring, Descendents, Rancid, Hot Water Music and so many more.This first episode focuses on Jason's history and his work with Victory acts Bayside, Silverstein and Spitalfield.
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