For many designers of my generation, my introduction to graphic design was presented through vinyl record sleeve artwork – and namely hip hop releases. From early Cey Adams and Haze creations for Def Jam records, through to Ben Drury’s inspiring artwork and packaging for Mo Wax, I was always inspired by the 12” x 12” medium for art that the cover provided.
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