We are looking for a digipac design/artwork (4 pages, specifications: see attachments)
Name: "Hinterland jazz Orchestra"
We make modern big band music from Frank Sinatra to Micheal Buble.
our website is: "http://www.hinterlandjazzorchestra"
The cover of the Christmas cd by michael buble we like well.
It will contain the following 12 songs:
1. Here Comes Santa Claus
2. Let It Snow
3. O Tannenbaum
4. Winter Wonderland
5. The Cristmas Song
6. Leise rieselt der Schnee
7. Santa Baby
9. Last Christmas
10. Alle Jahre wieder
11. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
12. Stille Nacht
13 Oh du Fröhliche
14 Santa Claus
15 All Of Me
We produced new self written arrangements from these "old" songs. VERRY SPECIAL!!
The album will be produced as digipac by HOFA Germany. I have uploaded the printing specifications as .PDF in the attachments.
We'd like to have a little corny cover artwork, in a winter wonderland...
which obviously has to contain the bandname "Hinterland jazz Orchestra" and the album title "Swinging Chistmas". Our current logo can be found in the attachments. Please write just our band name in a font you like. we don't have an own logo.
The album title may be designed as you like, but needs to be readable!
Please remember that we need a "wide" artwork for a digipac as it will "encase" front and back of the final CD. This backside of the digipac has to list the 15 songs in chronologic order and should also seamlessly integrate with the front artwork.
The two inner sides of the digipac should simply match the artwork and don't need to be too edgy, as one of them will anyway be hidden below the tray / the CD.
I M P O R T A N T N O T E S:
- As we may need to add product codes or copyrights to the final product, we'd prefer to get the final design as PSD.
- Please do not overuse expensive stock photography. We have no trouble with buying a few stock photos/images, but we don't want to explode our design costs with buying stock images for hundreds of euros. As a guide value: try to keep it 2-digit ;-)
- We also have a non-binding suggestion/idea for a concrete cover artwork (see below), but this should only serve as an idea - we are definitively open for any other, completely different ideas!