AM Covers did another fantastic job! I struggled to provide certain information (cover size, page count) at the start of the project, but AM Covers was very understanding and guided me through the process.
The end product is fantastic!
Very good service -5 stars.
Great designer, highly recommended!
- WGOULART (wesley)
I absolutely loved working with my designer, Wesley! He is a gifted artist who created the most gorgeous front and back covers for my first book; he made my characters come alive with his artistry. No matter how many changes I asked him to create, he never complained; he made the changes with positivity. I LOVED working with Wesley and will continue to work with him on future book covers!
How AaronTraffasBand started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
Aaron Traffas Band
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're an alternative country and Americana band from Lawrence, Kansas. We play original ag rock music and are looking to transition from a focus on farming and ag-related audiences and appeal to a wider range of alt-country fans.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
This is album cover art for our second CD release entitled "Enter: The Wind" written like a screenplay would announce the entrance of a character...the wind is entering the scene, not a character entering the wind. Our last album was "Dirt Red Sun" and was typography on a picture of a fence post in a wheat field, so we're looking for something more artistic. The themes in the album are autumn and loneliness, gratitude and satisfaction.
Please - no windmills or tornadoes or anything else so obvious. A nautical theme with wind filling a sail could work, as could something involving wind blowing through a wheat field...but subtlety is key. We'd like the logo (without the tagline) and font to be incorporated.
UPDATE - after listening to one of the primary songs, there's the concept of headphones on a scarecrow in a snow-covered field...I'd love to see something based on this concept.