One Dance UK is a new dance industry body, bringing together four key dance organisations. Together with HdK Associates and TM Studio, we’ve worked on the front end of the new website, launched just before the winter holidays.
The shiny new Joni Mitchell’s website went live today. Our love and admiration for Joni know no limits and hopefully the official website is proof enough. Super special thanks to Les Irvin and Els van Bloois.
Photo: Norman Seeff
Cover design for CD and vinyl for Small Feet’s debut album From Far Enough Away Everything Sounds Like The Ocean released in 2015 by Barsuk and CFK Records
Small Feet‘s debut album is out now and we just got our own copies of CD and vinyl. Thanks Jacob!
Dance Umbrella’s new programme for 2015 has been announced and its website brought up to date (with a splash of orange). We’ve also created a rather sharp eflier.
Photo: Paul Blakemore
US label Barsuk Records has dropped the news: “Small Feet has unveiled the cover art and tracklisting for their upcoming Barsuk debut, From Far Enough Away Everything Sounds Like The Ocean. In celebration, the band premiered two tracks at Consequence of Sound: ‘Rivers’ and ‘One at the Helm’. The album is out August 7th”.
While Swedish band Small Feet is busy giving the final touches to their debut album – out this summer in Europe via CFK Records and in North America via Barsuk Records– we’re equally busy conjuring the artwork for all physical and digital releases. From far enough away, everything looks like horses in the snow…
Front end design for C&I (Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust)’s website
The totally redesigned website for C&I– Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust – has been “soft launched” this week. It is a completely accessible and responsive site, affectionately nick-named Candi. Far Studios art directed the project, designed the front end and advised on accessibility measures.
We’ve been working with HdK Associates on a new website for Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo from New York City. Hopefully the unveiling of the website will happen soon and without dramas worth of a prima donna…
Photo: Zoran Jelenic
Freshly released: logo and identity for a new London-based research agency.
New batch of Tom Roger Aadland‘s latest record arrived in the post. Straight from Norway and on shiny black vinyl.
Design for Tom Roger Aadland’s Rapport frå eit grensehotell release on CD and vinyl, and website
Today, Klassekampen – a daily Norwegian newspaper – has chosen the artwork for Tom Roger Aadland’s forthcoming album as “cover of the week”.
Rock poet and Dylan expert from Haugesund released his debut album in 2007, and on January 23 he’s ready with album number five. According to the press release, we’re talking about “western gothic at its most captivating”, a description that also fits the album artwork – by photographer Edgar G. Bachel, designer Raffaele Malanga [of Far Studios] and Aadland himself. «This time I wanted the album cover to be extra worked through, and Bachel and Malanga were present in the studio», Aadland says. «Since the lyrics depict vulnerable characters and deal with relationships falling apart, we wanted to find a “worn down” expression», he says. Aadland has worked with Bachel and Malanga previously – the latter was responsible for the artwork of Aadland’s last three albums.
Tom Roger Aadland‘s new album cover, designed by Far Studios, has been revealed to the Norwegian press today. The record – out in January – will be released on CD, vinyl and download. Printers are ready to rock ‘n roll!
Cover photo by Edgar G. Bachel
Joni Mitchell has a new 4-disc boxset coming out in November and we celebrated the event by designing a one-page promo sheet that has just gone live on Mrs Mitchell’s official website. “Love puts on a new face…”
Tom Roger Aadland’s first single –Oppløyst og medtatt– from his new album is out today. Cover design by Far Studios? Ja! www.tomrogeraadland.com
Cover photo by Edgar Bachel
Finished working on the layout for Barbarisms’s debut CD release, out in October. Led by Nicholas Faraone, Barbarisms are a Stockholm band and their album is “a wide-open-spaces, road-trip of an album which touches on early REM and lo-folk” (The Crack Magazine).
Cover art by Winston Chmielinski [wi-ch.com]
Tom Roger Aadland and photographer Edgar G. Bachel in London, shooting photos for Tom’s forthcoming release.
In Velvet Recording studio, outside Oslo, with Tom Roger Aadland and part of the band: Erland Dahlen (drums and percussions), Tom Roger Aadland, Kjetil Steensnæs (guitars), Tor Egil Kreken (bass). Tom is recording a new album, out in the autumn.
Photo by Edgar G. Bachel
Artwork for Rebekka Karijord’s Music for Film and Theatre, 2014