• Add to Collection
  • About

    About

    For their first official album release, Peacock and the Feathers commissioned me to design their logo, front and back covers as well as edit thei… Read More
    For their first official album release, Peacock and the Feathers commissioned me to design their logo, front and back covers as well as edit their photoshoot. Zach approached me with, "For the cover, I am looking for a very contemporary, clean cut, seductive vibe. Essentially, a black background fused with hints of the brightest colors found in a peacock surrounding a silhouetted woman of the 1920s. Overall, I'd like a blend of your original DVstyle with a vintage, neo-funk soul appreciation - Like Paris, France in the late 70s with a touch of Kentucky. The result is a glimpse of his vision with more of a subdued color palette and a simplistic interpretation of the 1920s and 1970s combined. Read Less
    Published:
 
 
 
 
For their first official album release, Peacock and the Feathers commissioned me to design their logo, front and back covers as well as edit their photoshoot. Zach approached me with, "For the cover, I am looking for a very contemporary, clean cut, seductive vibe. Essentially, a black background fused with hints of the brightest colors found in a peacock surrounding a silhouetted woman of the 1920s. Overall, I'd like a blend of your original DVstyle with a vintage, neo-funk soul appreciation - Like Paris, France in the late 70s with a touch of Kentucky." The result is a glimpse of his vision with more of a subdued color palette and a simplistic interpretation of the 1920s and 1970s combined.
 
 

Photos © Peacock and the Feathers
https://peacockandthefeathers.bandcamp.com