The series of records made by Command Records almost 56 years ago still resonates with audiophiles and are much sought after by connoisseurs of mid-century modern design. The covers represent a result of the meeting of two individuals, Josef Albers and Enoch Light. Both men driven by a strong conviction about their respective crafts—one an influential teacher and artist, and the other a stereo-recording pioneer. Although Albers is a legendary figure in the graphic design world, the artwork he did for Command represent nearly the only examples of his commercial work …
iPad and iPhone app to create gradients, to be used as iOS wallpapers.
The app will generate a random gradient, which is much bigger than the screen. The user can scroll through it by swiping across it, and find capture the portion they're happy with by tapping on it. Shaking the device will randomize the colors that generate the gradient. Saved gradients go in your camera roll, and can also be shared.
A collaborative effort by Edit (creative production) and Sawdust (art direction and design) to create the concept and packaging of the new Fabrice Lig album. The brief was Detroit influenced so Edit got in touch with Andrew Moore (photography — Detroit Disassembled) who was kind enough to contribute visuals from the book. The vinyl is heavy weight (180 gr) and contains 2 locked grooves.