This vibrant 1960s-inspired seven-inch record sleeve has been created by London-based designer Salvador Lavado, for the Californian indie-pop band Goldspot. Lavado, who has worked in the music industry for ten years, says the artwork for It’s Getting Old has a Scandinavian flavour and is influenced by iconic 1960s designer Saul Bass. ‘The band wanted something bright and punchy that would stand out on the shelves – something organic that can’t be pinned down to a certain era – and hopefully that’s what I’ve given them,’ says Lavado.
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