Unklejam

A perfect look for a modern ‘electro-soul’ band gaining its inspiration from 70′s P funk. What I particularly like about this cover is how real it looks. You can instictively tell straight away that the image wasn’t generated by a computer, that it was created by hand.

Rachel Thomas created the sets out of materials ranging in texture from styrofoam to perspex. Still life photographer Dan Tobin Smith lit and shot the objects. Design and the custom typeface for the band was created by Andrew Murabito.

Back cover:

Unklejam

CD print:

Unklejam

Love Ya Single Cover:
(Created in Perspex. Letters were suspended in front of the lips which stood approx 5 foot high.)

Unklejam - Love Ya Single

Unklejam - Love Ya Insert

Stereo Single Cover:
Created using Perspex and rubber (cords)

Unklejam - Stereo Single

What Am I Fighting For Single Cover:
(Created using Perspex)

Unkle Jam - WAIFF Single

Unklejam: Unklejam

Unklejam

A perfect look for a modern ‘electro-soul’ band gaining its inspiration from 70′s P funk. What I particularly like about this cover is how real it looks. You can instictively tell straight away that the image wasn’t generated by a computer, that it was created by hand.

Rachel Thomas created the sets out of materials ranging in texture from styrofoam to perspex. Still life photographer Dan Tobin Smith lit and shot the objects. Design and the custom typeface for the band was created by Andrew Murabito.

Back cover:

Unklejam

CD print:

Unklejam

Love Ya Single Cover:
(Created in Perspex. Letters were suspended in front of the lips which stood approx 5 foot high.)

Unklejam - Love Ya Single

Unklejam - Love Ya Insert

Stereo Single Cover:
Created using Perspex and rubber (cords)

Unklejam - Stereo Single

What Am I Fighting For Single Cover:
(Created using Perspex)

Unkle Jam - WAIFF Single





7 Comments

  1. “You can instictively tell straight away that the image wasn’t generated by a computer, that it was created by hand.”

    that’s funny, the first thing I thought of was how computer generated it looks. that’s cool as hell that it’s not, as it has that blocky, shape-oriented texture map quality. nice find. (great as always)

  2. wow. amazing. i don’t think i’ve ever seen covert art that’s made me want to go out and buy an album just because of how nice the cover looks.

  3. Looks like Me Company. Bjork days.
    Not bad.

  4. suppah design!

  5. I want proof to that this is not a 3D render. “Created in Perspex. Letters were suspended in front of the lips which stood approx 5 foot high.”
    Seriously now. Why do that, if it still looks like a 3D render??

  6. Just googled Rachel. Mindblowing stuff. Too bad this perticular cover could have been a 3D render just as well…
    Her other stuff is really loads better. Mindblowing.

  7. That print looks great!

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