Soulwax: Nite Versions

Simple and subtle. Take a step back and read between the lines.

Soulwax: Any Minute Now

Designs by Trevor Jackson aka Playgroup aka Underdog.

Trevor Jackson is a London based creative, working in many fields including graphic design, art direction, moving image, music writing, remixing and production, installations and performance. He is was the founder and owner of the Output Recordings record label.

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Soulwax: Nite Versions, Any Minute Now

Soulwax: Nite Versions

Simple and subtle. Take a step back and read between the lines.

Soulwax: Any Minute Now

Designs by Trevor Jackson aka Playgroup aka Underdog.

Trevor Jackson is a London based creative, working in many fields including graphic design, art direction, moving image, music writing, remixing and production, installations and performance. He is was the founder and owner of the Output Recordings record label.

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17 Comments

  1. since i see this cover on the shops i wonder how the make it but i still don’t know

  2. brilliant but headache-inducing!

  3. this is brilliant!

  4. can anyone tell me how trevor jackson has made this cover?!

  5. I think some white dots are smaller than others. You just have to find the right radius for a good effect.

  6. Ow, my eyes hurt.

    For all my money though, the ultimate pink cover is MBV’s Loveless.

  7. Just cross your eyes and look into it. Straightens up the words.

  8. how is it done?

    where you see the letters, the color is SLIGHTLY different than the white.

    in the 2nd one, the white is #FFFFFF and the words are #FEFEFE

  9. It’s pretty easy. Go ps and create a pattern of a transparent dot circumsized by a black border. then create a layer underneath it in white and type smt with a slightly dirty white. You can change the colours, it will be fine.

  10. The dots in the first image are slightly smaller where they form characters, and the lines in the 2nd image are slightly thicker where they form characters. VERY well done. And good music too.

  11. A step back? I had to stand across the other side of the room. Nice work though!

  12. these all make me too DIZZY.

  13. For best results squint!!

  14. Awesome!

  15. AWESOME!!

  16. rly awesome! nice cover

  17. Anyone know how to do this? This is awesome. I’m trying to find a tutorial for this or something really similar. 

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