Output has designed the 12-inch and remix CD single sleeves for D.Kay & Epsilon’s latest release, Barcelona. The sleeve is essentially a ‘montage of Gaudi architecture and line-drawn elements to represent the city’s architecture’, says Output creative director Rob Coke. The colours and the dot matrix-style typeface were inspired by airport signage, he adds. Barcelona is released this week on the BC Authorised label.
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