This is a concept drawing for album art. I’ve decided to release a digital album of some of the love songs I’ve written for CI entitled, simply, #love. Now you can see why I make music instead of draw. It makes sense for a compilation of these blog-inspired tracks to play off the pound symbol, the tag symbol, and a phone offers an existing # symbol to center the album art around. I actually imagine the phone (which could be a sketch OR a photograph) on a small table. Perhaps a dead rose or an ashtray with old or still burning cigarettes sits next to the phone? The cord will be visibly disconnected. The # and the word love will stand out somehow (different color?), and my name and the project’s name needs to be present, as well (though I don’t care where). The other caveat is bandcamp requires album art images to be exactly 350 x 350 pixels, so it needs to be designed as a square at that size.
Any artists want to give it a shot? This is just a fun opportunity to collaborate. I’ll credit you extensively and write a song just for you—about anything you want. And, if for some reason this project ever made a penny (ha!), I’d be sure to give you a fraction of said penny. Thanks in advance for considering. Just answer here or message me. — Kavalier Calm
This weekend I’m going to start recording my next album Teen Lust, named after my planned title track. I will release it digitally for free when I’m done, like I do with all of my work. My vision of the album art is a girl dancing very wild and carelessly, like the lyrics in my song. Maybe the best angle shows her profile, but her face is obscured by her bouncing hair? Any visual artists out there want to sketch/photograph/design the album art?