A series of designs for Vinylograph’s test and limited edition lathe cuts by various artists made between 2017-2018

Vinylograph 7 testschnitts

fig. 1 – Vinylograph generic and testschnitt 7″ sleeves (2018)

Puneh Ansari 7 versions

fig. 2 – 7″ sleeve designs for Puneh Ansari’s single “Empfohlene Abspielgeschwindigkeit” (2017). Front cover illustration by Puneh Ansari.

Cornelius Berkowitz 7

fig. 3 – typographic 7″ sleeve design for Kornelius Berkowitz’s single “Écart” (2017)

Claus Fovea 7

fig. 4 – 7″ sleeve design for Claus Fovea’s “Never Forever / Driving Me” single (2017)

Aviadoras 7

fig. 5 – 7″ sleeve design for Aviadoras’ “Caminos” single (2017). Images: public domain.

Mala Herba + Hextape 7

fig. 6 – 7″ sleeve design for Mala Herba / Hextape’s split single (2018)

Vinylograph 7 inserts

fig. 7 – 7″ insert designs for singles by Mala Herba / Hextape, Cornelius Berkowitz, Claus Fovea and Aviadoras, between 2017-2018


UZS12 promo online copy

Online announcement designs for cassette and compact disc releases by Umrijeti za strojem, for (T)reue um (T)reue/Slušaj najglasnije (2012)

DCF 1.0

Ltd edition compact disc designs for Umrijeti za strojem, assembled from two thick cardboard 7″ panels with magenta stripes pasted onto the sleeve and an extra picture sleeve envelope with complete discography listing.

DCF 1.0

“Ponavljanje je majka učenja” (meaning: Repetition is the mother of study”) is Umrijeti za strojem’s first commercially available retrospective, covering the entire discography from 2006 up to 2012. Initially available on double cassette and compact disc, the format variations feature different photography sequences by Eadweard J. Muybridge, including different contents and colour codes.

DCF 1.0

A various artists’ promotional release, “Overmeasure”  was a limited edition compact disc, featuring the recordings of Popsimonova, Split Personalities, Hemendex and Ilegalne emocije, left off their official releases for 0.5 in 2012.

DCF 1.0

Jacket fold out inspired by clothes designs from Natascha Plum and Aleksandra Žiravac.



“Pogled u nefašizam” (meaning: A view to non-fascism) is Umrijeti za strojem’s first proper mini-album released in 2011, after a modest run of critically acclaimed singles. The title phrase derived from Michel Foucault’s theoretical writings. The package comes along with 4 inserts, featuring visuals from the B2 poster series “People You May Know”.