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Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Updated on May 17th, 2010  |  
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Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Designed by Zwölf | Country: Germnay

“After a split-7” release on Siluh, the debut album “Planet, Planet” (Klimbim Records/Cargo) put the spotlight firmly on the Berliner lads from Elyjah. For us it was clear: this CD is fantastic. Both playful and atmospheric, it leaves a lasting impression. To ensure that that message was conveyed to the customer, we fired pellets at all two thousand covers. They circle like planets around a fixed point. Returning to a time in which men had morals in their hearts and cloth handkerchiefs in their trouser pockets, we put the band in Herr von Eden suits and then printed the large-format photos shot by Norman Konrad by hand.

Typographically, we continued this theme with two typefaces from that time period: Memphis, from Emil Rudolph Weiß (1929) and the wonderful Wieynck Gotisch from Heinrich Wieynck (1926) were put into use on an old Heidelberg printing machine.”

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

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Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Designed by Zwölf | Country: Germnay

“After a split-7” release on Siluh, the debut album “Planet, Planet” (Klimbim Records/Cargo) put the spotlight firmly on the Berliner lads from Elyjah. For us it was clear: this CD is fantastic. Both playful and atmospheric, it leaves a lasting impression. To ensure that that message was conveyed to the customer, we fired pellets at all two thousand covers. They circle like planets around a fixed point. Returning to a time in which men had morals in their hearts and cloth handkerchiefs in their trouser pockets, we put the band in Herr von Eden suits and then printed the large-format photos shot by Norman Konrad by hand.

Typographically, we continued this theme with two typefaces from that time period: Memphis, from Emil Rudolph Weiß (1929) and the wonderful Wieynck Gotisch from Heinrich Wieynck (1926) were put into use on an old Heidelberg printing machine.”

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

Elyjah — Planet, Planet

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