“Packed Music”: Artist Alessio Bichi Turns Album Covers Into Clever Brand Packaging
In his series ‘Packed Music’, Milan-based graphic designer Alessio Bichi creates a visual playlist of his all-time favorite bands. Going about the project by association, Bichi reworks iconic album covers into ordinary objects with the help of Photoshop, Illustrator and images pulled from Google.
When he’s done assembling his clever pairings, we’re surprised at how naturally the whole idea comes together, and how they end up looking like deliberate merchandising: that Daft Punk font goes amazingly well as a logo for a motorcycle helmet, while the recognisable white squiggles on Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures is the perfect graphic for a liquor bottle.
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