This Oasis Digipak has a total of six panels. Each panel serves a differentpurpose, for example the the fist panel (the front cover) displays the band name(Oasis) and a picture of an acoustic guitar. The guitar on the front cover isimportant as it promptly shows the genre of the band. The back panel shows theTrack list and length and also sticks with the running theme by having a differentpicture of a guitar. There are only a few colours used throughout the entiredigipak, making it look tidy and professional There are only two fonts used on thedigipak, (one for the track names, CD title, volume etc. and the second for theband name). The band name is almost like a logo for the band and this is why it isin a more distinctive font.
The Tommy Emanuel digipak only has four panels. On the front there is apicture of the artist holding an acoustic guitar, this immediately lets you knowthe genre of the CD and promotes the artist. There is only one font used onthis digipak. The font itself looks like handwriting, and in some cases is notwritten straight. This gives the impression that theartist hand wrote the texton the digipak and makes it more intimate.
The Corrine Bailey Rae Digipak also has four panels. The front panel featuresthe artist lying down in a forest. Although this helps promote the artist itdoesnt show what genre the music is. There only appears to be one font usedon this digipak that is specific to the artist. This helps promote the artist as abrand.