- Generic Sleeve & Perpetual Masters Logo
- Robert Hood starts a new, but old, Perpetual Masters series with remastered releases from the labels back catalogue. The Master Builder’s previously released material has been in constant demand from M-Plant fans for years. The music sounds as fresh and innovative today as they did when first released. Richie Hawtin even called his label after one of Hood’s unique productions Minus To anyone not aware of these releases they are all new. The originator of Minimal states it is not about using as little sounds as possible as has been misinterpreted by so many, but its all about striping the music back to the essentials, only leaving the true soul, the funk.
The generic sleeve was created for all future 12” releases on the Mplant label. Only the Center label design changes with every release. The triangular forms, as used in the Mplant logo, are now returning as a pattern in the overall design of the Generic Sleeve.
The Perpetual Masters releases are special remastered classics, which are released inbetween new releases.
To make this clear a special logo was designed.
Featured on the Design and Design showcase on 14.04.11