This week we’re looking at entertainment packaging and the engaging concepts that take them to new heights. These labels may even be as entertaining as the media itself!
Sinfonietta By Jens Marklund
Sinfonietta Interactive Vinyl Cover Label Designed By Jens Marklund
As you move the record inside the sleeve, the labels also then create new and intricate patterns. This psychedelic look uses the same pattern on two labels that are then applied to transparent films on the record and the sleeve. Marklund said of the design, “I wanted to create something that was interactive and showed the emotions of each movement.” It’s an innovative way to incorporate the movement of the music into the aesthetic of the packaging and labeling.
Grand Budapest Hotel CD Cover By Konstantina Vatavali
Grand Budapest Hotel CD Cover for Entertainment Packaging Designed By Konstantina Vatavali
This CD label uses the same color scheme featured in this Wes Anderson film, which creates a cohesive feel between the packaging and the movie. The complexity of the CD art also pairs well with the minimalistic design of the insert. It draws the attention right to the disc. This is a case where the designer understands the target demographic and the product. Vatavali has created a deluxe edition concept that fans would adore.
Solopieces For Saxophone Packaging By Umer Ahmed & Jenny Nilsen
The colors and shapes represent the conflicting sides of a personality. It also highlights the themes of the music and engages the customers’ senses while shopping. As a result, it’s a successful way to give the customer an idea of what the music will sound like without them hearing it and solely looking at the art.
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