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ANEMONE TUBE – GOLDEN TEMPLE

CD packaging design, 2016

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Client
ant zen
ant-zen.com  

Anemone Tube’s third release of the “Suicide Series“ tetralogy is an immersive industrial music album and the most ambitious and complex work yet, a long-term project of no less than 6 years, pursuing a highly sophisticated approach full of cross-cultural and historical references. Painting a sonic landscape, “Golden Temple” is perfectly real and dreamlike at the same time, endorsing archaic, mythological and worldly ideals alike. Beauty and evil, the profane and chaos, apocalypse and hope – Anemone Tube keeps account and observes the antagonist forces of life.

Gold offset on black paper, incl. 12-page booklet. Limited edition of 500 copies.

DAVE PHILLIPS – PROCEED WITH INQUIRY

DVD packaging design, 2017

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Client
The Epicurean
the-epicurean.transformed.de/  

PROCEED WITH INQUIRY comprises video works, live performances and collaborations by radical Swiss sound artist DAVE PHILLIPS, sonically active since 1987, part of the notorious SCHIMPFLUCH GRUPPE (with Rudolf Eb.er, Joke Lanz) since 1991, having left his signature in numerous bands, projects and collaborations.

6-panel digifile 190×130 mm, high quality natural paper, includes stitched patch with dp logo. Limited edition of 250 copies.

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ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED – THE SONIC WORLD OF JOHN MURPHY

CD packaging design, 3-CD set compilation, 2016

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Client
The Epicurean
the-epicurean.transformed.de  

“All My Sins Remembered” is a tribute to Australian musician John Murphy, who died on the 11th of October 2015, and at the same time a charity project with all proceeds from the sales going to his widow.

Lavish black cardboard folder with full colour & gold print, containing three CDs housed in cardboard sleeves and an extensive 32-page booklet with texts by The Epicurean, Andrew King, Alan Bamford and Jon Evans, allowing for detailed insight in the three distinct periods of John Murphy’s musical career, as well as publishing unreleased photographs from his friends’ archives.