A series of designs for Vinylograph’s test and limited edition lathe cuts by various artists made between 2017-2018
fig. 1 – Vinylograph generic and testschnitt 7″ sleeves (2018)
fig. 2 – 7″ sleeve designs for Puneh Ansari’s single “Empfohlene Abspielgeschwindigkeit” (2017). Front cover illustration by Puneh Ansari.
fig. 3 – typographic 7″ sleeve design for Kornelius Berkowitz’s single “Écart” (2017)
fig. 4 – 7″ sleeve design for Claus Fovea’s “Never Forever / Driving Me” single (2017)
fig. 5 – 7″ sleeve design for Aviadoras’ “Caminos” single (2017). Images: public domain.
fig. 6 – 7″ sleeve design for Mala Herba / Hextape’s split single (2018)
fig. 7 – 7″ insert designs for singles by Mala Herba / Hextape, Cornelius Berkowitz, Claus Fovea and Aviadoras, between 2017-2018
Initially appearing as an exclusive A3 poster with the vinyl album “Destiny Drive” by Konstruktivists, released on Bleak, 2014
Illustration work in the style of Patrick Nagel was originally intended for the collaboration vinyl 12″ EP by Popsimonova and Zarkoff, taken under consideration by Domestica Records, but the idea for the project was sadly abandoned. Subsequently, Zarkoff’s portrait was adapted for the 3-track compact disc release on 0.5 (2014), thus commemorating the death of Patrick Nagel, who passed away in 1984. A few years later, the sleeve formed part to the traveling exhibition “Undercover”, curated by EmGe Kolektiv, presenting a vast selection of cover designs from the recent independent music scene circuit.
Popsimonova’s portrait was illustrated after a fashion photoshoot by Shąvi Ląvi of the Berlin-based fashion art team Degenerotika. The portrait was never commercially used.
Illustration for the B1 poster series inspired by M. C. Escher and James B. Stewart (2012).