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All Shall Be Well

Quantity Produced


Production Cost

Booklet: $1,772
CD: $510

Production Time

4 weeks

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

5.5 in × 7.5 in × 0.3 in

Page Count


Paper Stock

Cover: Arctic, 300 gsm
Content: Silk Paper, 115 gsm

Number of Colors

2 Spot



Hand-sewn & Glued


Adobe Caslon Pro


Here is a very nice CD package for the post-rock band from the Netherlands, All Shall Be Well. The juxtaposition of the images and the great use of negative space create a lot of interest while the line work of the illustrations is quite pretty and fits well with the single channel images. The hand sewn red and blue binding is also a very nice detail to this CD package.

I wanted the artwork to play the association game, so each page in the book juxtaposes 2 visual elements which do not have a clear relationship. It’s always a photograph and illustration placed together in the opposing bands colours red and blue. The aim is to create images that will conjure up stories in your head.

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Cole Baldwin

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Cole Baldwin

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Date Published

July 6, 2011


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