Graphic design and music packaging for the Art of Noise, London | Gibson (London)

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Graphic design and music packaging for the Art of Noise by Gibson, a London agency

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Packaging the history of Art of Noise


There's only one thing better than taking a new graphic design brief from a client – taking a brief from people whose work you really admire. We've designed new albums or re-packaged a number of artists for ZTT, including Kirsty MacColl, Lisa Stansfield, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The Buggles and Trevor Horn, but this is one of our favourites.

In 1984 the Art of Noise released an album Who's Afraid of the Art of Noise? and a brace of singles –'Into Battle', 'Close to the Edit' and 'Moments in Love' – that sent pop music off on a startling new path. Dance, and pop music in general, owes a huge debt to the original five members of the Art of Noise: Trevor Horn, Gary Langan, JJ Jeczalik, Anne Dudley and Paul Morley. The unreleased demos, alternative mixes, studio experiments and a 40 page booklet are all in this beautifully produced four CD box set entitled And What Have You Done With My Body, God? designed and produced by Gibson.

Client

ZTT Records

Disciplines

Graphic design
Music packaging