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The Wonder Years - Suburbia I've Given You All box art cover
By avatar TwistedTinkerToy 43 on June 25th, 2011
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TwistedTinkerToy 43 [ 1 decade ago ]

This is a very cool album. So, you know, I made a box for it.

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tleeart 45 [ 1 decade ago ]

The band name made me think of the TV show The Wonder Years. I've never heard of the band.

When I see the duck guy in the box preview thread, I thought it was Howard the Duck.

The design looks very authentic and well assembled. If only for that, I'll give you a fav.

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qwerty334 44 [ 1 decade ago ]

I love this.

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aelixus 45 [ 1 decade ago ]

Love it, you should use more pink on the front too.

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Silent Oblivion 45 [ 1 decade ago ]

This is really nice.

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sd1833 47 [ 1 decade ago ]

I believe this is one of your best yet. Something about this I just really admire.

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G_S 13 [ 1 decade ago ]

An excellent example of what makes a good CD design! The way you presented it is great too, with how subtle it is: it looks like it's on a table.

I don't think I've any right to be counseling you :o, but if you don't mind, I can least offer some of my opinion:

The typography you've chosen works really well in conveying the image on the front, but on the back...I don't know why, but for some reason, I feel like some of that aesthetic value is lost there. I understand that one would to keep the font consistent throughout the whole design, and it might look odd if you change it only there, but when it's used in such a large quantity next to each other as in the song titles, it looks too...elongated? I don't know if I'm making any sense at all :). It's probably just a difference in individual aesthetics anyway.

Also, while I like the front image a lot, I think it might look a little better if the bleachers came to an end, rather than being lopped off at a rectangle. Again though, that might just be a difference in designs opinions, so feel free to ignore me :)! Or you may have gotten that image that way to begin with, in which case, that's a spectacular use of constrictive materials.

I hope those musings actually helped, in some capacity! Sorry to take up your time if they didn't, because I know that was a lengthy read. Again, it's an excellent design, and you get bonus points for promoting a band I've never heard of. What genre is this?

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TwistedTinkerToy 43 [ 1 decade ago ]

#7, how DARE you.

Kidding, I appreciate the critiques. I get what you mean about the typography, but after trying multiple designs I felt that layout looked best.

The image on the front cuts off because I got it from the digital booklet and the image was small and kind of blurry, so I chose this design.

I appreciate the critiques. I'd take them into consideration, but I already have and I concluded that this layout looks best. n_n

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Spiderpig24 47 [ 1 decade ago ]

Very awesome. I could easily see this on a shelf somewhere. The subtle texture keep the background from being bland, and all of the images are high quality. The back is clean and well put together as well.

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Mariolee 42 [ 1 decade ago ]

This is fantastic and striking. Very well done.

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RAiDeN-209 39 [ 1 decade ago ]

I love the simplicity of this, it looks like it should be official.

Great job! +fave

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xXStiffyJiffyXx 27 [ 1 decade ago ]

Fantastic! :D

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Manuel_Alejandro95 29 [ 9 years ago ]

This is just so sleek. Excellent job all across the board!

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