For SPNDA‘s ‘Shards of Glass‘ album we fabricated a glass and mirror shards frame sculpture which was then photographed for the cover art, graphics and used in other visuals. The sculpture itself was a collaborative effort between myself, SPNDA and Life’s Good utilizing found materials (glass bottles, mirrors, wood scraps and industrial adhesive). For the cover art and CD packaging I photographed the frame sculpture on a white wall with a gallery label and used the remnants from the sculpture to stage the back cover. Both the front and the back play off the square composition of album, artwork framing or filling the square with fragments or “shards” of glass invoking the title. The frame featured in the video for “Handle With Care”:

Also, peep the other visuals from the project:

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