Mudvayne Unveils Black Light Album Artwork For New Record; Designed Exclusively By Paul Booth
MUDVAYNE have outdone themselves once again with the mind-blowing packaging for the new album. The new album is revolutionizing album artwork design, as this is the first album to ever use black light reactive ink. Every bit of art and text in the packaging of the record will be printed on ink that can only be seen with a black light.
MUDVAYNE?s self-titled album due out on December 22. The artwork was created exclusively by the Paul Booth. The world renowned tattoo artist had the following to say about the concept and artwork:
?This project has been absolutely killer to work on! The whole black light concept was totally experimental and quite the challenge, so of course, as an artist, I was drawn to it like a moth to a bugzapper. I am happy to see bands focusing more energy on their album art? something I thought the internet had killed. Hailz to MUDVAYNE and everyone at the label for going the extra mile!?
The album will be available in the following formats:
***1. Super Deluxe – “Limited Edition” run of only 1,000 copies which will be sold direct to the consumer from the band’s site. Pre-Order it at mudvayne.com starting next Tuesday 12.10.09 and receive the digital album 2 weeks before release!
a. The deluxe version of the album
b. The album on glow-in-the-dark vinyl (also blacklight-reactive)
c. A 24 inch blacklight
d. A 24×24 poster designed by Paul Booth in blacklight reactive ink
e. An 8×8 blacklight reactive decal designed by Paul Booth
***2. Deluxe ? “Limited Edition” first run of 100,000 copies. Pre-Order it at Mudvayne.com starting Tuesday 12.24.09 and receive the digital album 2 weeks before release!
a. The album in jewel case
b. A LED, keychain-sized blacklight
c. Special blacklight reactive packaging designed by Paul Booth
a. Glow-in-the-dark vinyl (also blacklight-reactive)
b. Blacklight-reactive art designed by Paul Booth
***4. Jewel Case
a. Blacklight-reactive art designed by Paul Booth