Digipack Covers Research


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Digipack Covers Research

  1. 1. Digipak Covers – Research of Similar Artist<br />
  2. 2. The Who <br />With this digipak cover The Who contribute to their star image by choosing a live-performance image, which clearly states that they are talented and creative, reinforcing their star image <br />The fact that they used the mod symbol and their logo name The Who in it, they promote themselves as followers of the mod-style and make a clear statement, which would attract mod-subculture audience <br />
  3. 3. The Rolling Stones<br />The star image their present in my opinion is togetherness because they are really close to each other, they look quite thoughtful, but they will deal with their problems together, which appeals to a younger audiences as well<br />They are repressed, limited by two black walls, which could represent that they are being rebellious against something, but it is hard to stand against possibly politics or any other issues<br />
  4. 4. The Clash<br />The first cover is clearly a live performance, which contributes to their star image that they are talented performers + rebellious, which adds to it again (he is smashing a guitar); we are also using the image of smashing things in our music video as well<br />In the second cover it is clear that they stand up for their country – UK flag, which promotes togetherness and a whole band image, additionally the colours represents the mod culture as well<br />
  5. 5. Babyshambles<br />The image their represent is quite provocative, but the fact that it is in black/white makes it look older + the font makes that impression as well;<br />They promote sexuality to their star image<br />They are rebellious – dark image, death, but a picture of a naked woman -> interesting concept, sense of contradiction and mystery<br />
  6. 6. Maximo Park<br />This digipak cover is quite simple, but controversial as well – quite indie style (reminds of Radiohead – Lotus Flower); <br />Image of him being in an unusual position makes it seem uneasy, his face is covered – hides something?<br />His clothes – black, hair messy, skinny jeans – indie style reinforced<br />The colours contrast greatly, red - provocative<br />
  7. 7. The Kinks<br />Each band member is illustrated, so a sense of importance is created, togetherness, they are individuals, but still together as a band<br />The close-up of a guitar shows that they are performing live and puts and emphasis on the instruments, they are using, image is organic and concentrates on their talents<br />