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Machine, Dear – Killing Something That’s Already Dead

Author: Colin | Published: 4/2/12

Machine, Dear - Killing Something That's Already Dead

Machine, Dear - Killing Something That's Already Dead

Machine, Dear - Killing Something That's Already Dead

Machine, Dear - Killing Something That's Already Dead

Machine, Dear - Killing Something That's Already Dead

Machine, Dear - Killing Something That's Already Dead

Artist Machine, Dear
Title Killing Something That’s Already Dead
Label Licensed Under Creative Commons Attribution – NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. Supported by Aarhus Kommune
Year 2012
Design Klaus Matthiesen, OddFischlein
Music Perhaps indie electronic?
Notes A very pleasing optical design guaranteed to induce mild giddiness as the card sleeve is withdrawn from the outer plastic sleeve. The white vinyl itself serves to dot the i and cross the t in one go.

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Comments

  1. Beautiful design. The video is a treat…really is great to see how it works. Thanks for another wonderful post!

    Comment by Hans — February 4, 2012 @ 9:21 pm
  2. A pleasure!

    Comment by Colin — February 5, 2012 @ 10:06 pm
  3. looks like someone is into sagmeister… blocked out text he uses on many projects combined with a lenticular sleeve.

    Comment by stevie — February 6, 2012 @ 5:42 am
  4. post-lovecraftian music !

    Comment by vichug — February 8, 2012 @ 10:39 am
  5. Hello Stevie, David Carson was blocking out text long before Sagmeister – most famously obscuring a whole Bryan Ferry interview with Dingbat in Ray Gun magazine.

    Comment by Colin — February 11, 2012 @ 7:37 pm
  6. I have this on the way, can’t wait to get it

    Comment by kevin foakes — February 23, 2012 @ 10:24 am
  7. yes, he was blocking it but this is not the same intention/philosophy. I definitely agree it goes along more with the cold/clever (?) conceptualism of Sagmeister, although, for me, this is a Peter Saville’s New Order-ish kind of design (Get Ready, anyone?) with some op-art exercise thrown around.

    Comment by jaime nunez del arco — February 26, 2012 @ 6:59 am

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