Brighton-based Red Design has created the sleeve artwork for R’n’B performer Shaun Escoffery’s album Soulonica, a remix of his eponymous debut release. Red founders Ed Templeton and Hamish Makgill have collaborated with photographer Michele Turriani on the design, which makes use of Turriani’s ‘abstract dark room experiments’ to draw out the ‘lush colour and painterly feel’ of Escoffery’s debut cover in a more innovative fashion. The CD is released on the Oyster Records label.
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