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    Chris Lee released his debut album "Worry No" 2 year ago. Since then, the artist has grown as an artist, experimenting with different music styles and his own vocal. The album is described as a futuristic and commercial pop album, where he sings just as much as raps. With his honest lyrics, the album separates itself from other norwegian acts within the genre.

    The concept behind the artwork is based around the title of the album, "Love ghost". How would a ghost actually look like? How would a "Love ghost" look like? At the same time it wa important that the album cover suited the music as well as it visible in the record store. We wanted to create an expression that was based around photography and typography that was easy to recognise in all type of medias, from posters to web banners. It was also important that the typography worked well together with the images, to create a contrast to the light feel of the images.
    The album was nominated at the Spellemann award (Norwegian award)

    Graphic design: Christian Bielke & Martin Stousland
    Art direction: Christian Bielke & Martin Stousland
    Photo: Pål Laukli
    Styling: Trude Mokkelbost