Red Design has created sleeve artwork for dance music compilation album, Estereo Volume One: Latin House Disco Garage, which is scheduled for release later this month on the Estereo Recordings record label. The Estereo label, designed by Red, was recreated in Perspex by 3D design company Bobo Design, prior to being photographed by Martin Tothill. The use of bright colours and transparent ‘layers’ continues the themes first used on the record label’s 12-inch record bags, according to Red partner Hamish Makgill, who is heading the project with fellow partner, Ed Templeton.
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