The album is entitled “Fantastic Spikes trough Balloon”, so we photographed all the balloon-like objects we could think of (such as a sausage, a fart cushion, or a blowfish) and punched a lot of holes through them. Very easy. The lyrics are printed flipped on the back of the booklet so they are only readable when seen reflected in the mirror surface of the CD,’ says Sagmeister
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