Another album cover design whose form perfectly matches its title. It depicts a stall with an awning including the band’s name. Commodities exposed below are sugar, cakes and love, all in the comic-book style and garish colours.
The title of the album by Maciej Sochoń – the originator of Seasonal – seems to define loneliness as an everyday practice which can be described, systematized and explained. Cool colours and shadowed forms on the cover designed by Milena Molenda introduce the atmosphere of melancholy and detachment. The photography may be treated as a perfect illustration of Seasonal’s nostalgic songs.
KAnother album cover by Forin and another reference to animation, more precisely to animated videoclips. The album by Rasmentalism is illustrated with a genre scene in front of a food truck. We can see two artists who, as the title suggests, went out to eat something (“Wyszli coś zjeść” may be translated as “They went out to eat”). A French Bulldog with a red ribbon on its neck adds to the humour of the picture.
An album cover design typical of works by Alek Morawski. Juxtaposition of contrasting, garish colours. Horror vacui realized by including items corresponding with the title of the album, such as tarot cards, a crystal ball, a voodoo doll or the central figure – a shaman with a face resembling sugar skulls straight from Mexico.
A contemporary vision of the Carthaginian coin is Grzegorz “Forin” Piwnicki’s idea for the cover of an album by O.S.T.R. and Marco Polo. On the reverse instead of a bust of some king or national hero one can spot profiles of both authors. The project created in 2014 indicates the artists’ strong position in the music industry. No wonder that one year later the record was awarded a Fryderyk Music Award as the best hip-hop album of 2014.