Sleeve design for the Eurythmics track 'I Saved the World Today’ shown at the Secret 7” exhibition, London.
The design is a response to songs irony and mystery. There's a clear disparity in people's opinion of it's meaning. Opposing forces merge in a contrasting composition, united by a statement 'everybody's happy now'. A molten glass form acts as a filter of delusion, distorting the typeface.
The imagery and typography was designed and developed in collaboration with Tom Schwaiger.
The 3D form design was developed and rendered using a game engine to be allowed to iterate quickly while rendering in real-time. Multiple animations were designed to aid in the form finding process, both in real-time and in external 3D packages using audio responsive controls.