Desktop Wallpaper October 2012 Edition – Inspired by Carlos Santana’s “Black Magic Woman”

October wallpaper The talented designers in our Design Studio created twelve original works of art (one for each month) that feature some of our favorite songs. Each month we will post a new design, in six common desktop sizes, so you can use them as your desktop wallpaper. October’s wallpaper features “Black Magic Woman” by Carlos Santana! Click here to get yours!

6 key ingredients for creating good photos

janisWhat do you first notice when you see a CD cover? My guess is it’s the image, whether it’s an illustration or a photo. The images on your package can make or break the design and be the difference between getting noticed or being left on the shelf. In many cases, a great design starts with great photos. The images are what “drive” the design. If you plan to include photos of you or your band, you want those photos to look professional. Read more…

Design Matters: Amy E.

K-PraizeThis week we’ve interviewed Amy, a designer from our Design Studio. Amy’s design for Kingdom Certified was selected for the Design Studio’s Catalog Cover Search. Below, we have asked her a few questions about this particular design as well as a few general questions about what inspires her as an artist. Read more…

Design Matters: Jessica F.

Music In The Commons

This week we’ve interviewed Jessica, a designer from our Design Studio. Jessica’s design for Music in the Commons was selected as a finalist in the Design Studio’s Catalog Cover Search. Below, we have asked her a few questions about this particular design as well as a few general questions about what inspires her as an artist. Read more…

Design Matters: Gary W.

Marsupial

This week we’ve interviewed Gary, a designer from our Design Studio. Gary’s design for Marsupial was selected as a finalist in the Design Studio’s Catalog Cover Search. Below, we have asked him a few questions about this particular design as well as a few general questions about what inspires him as an artist. Read more…