The name of the artist is in the biggest font, a
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D Igipak

  1. 1. The name of the artist is in the biggest font, a convention I found common on CD covers and A close up of the side profile of the digipaks of r&b album cover. The font id in the style artist blowing a kiss, but she is of hand written, as it appears that the artist has actually blowing words. This choice individually signed the each copy of the digipak, of shot creates a closer relationship giving it a personalised look. The font colour here is with the artist and the audience fushia, creating femininty The background of the CD cover is The album name is in a smaller font size and is black, making everything else stand in lower case letters, with a slightly italic font out. A repetition of words covering carrying on the feminine theme, while showing the background of four letters words that it is not as important as the name of the almost show a preview of the name artist above. The colour of this writing is gold to of the tracks in the album,and symbolise that the album is of value, and giving immediately builds up ideas in the is a glamourous feel audiences head as to what the words are referring to. These words would be alternating in the colours of the rainbow- this is a motif in our three products symbolising that the songs in this album are effectively like promises.

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