Big as a 7″ vinyl, in the middle of the two front sleeves there is a hole from which one can catch a glimpse of the photograph taken by Lauren Winton which is inside. The inner page has on one side the photo and on the other the contacts with the number of the copy. The CDr is held by a black foam hub and each copy comes inside a transparent envelope.
The covers are two boards of wood tied together with a natural cotton ribbon. Inside, there are two photographs, three pages with the lyrics in English of the album and a glassine envelope for the CDr. Each packaging has a leaf from a wood near Rome and a piece of paper with a list of the materials I used.
Si deoarece Moult este printre artistii care imi plac foarte mult, va propun o piesa de pe albumul sau Suite for Titouan aparut la acest label (mai multe puteti asculta, evident, pe pagina sa MySpace).
Nu pot sa nu ma gandesc ca acum 445 de ani, in 1665, la Moscova se deschidea prima tipografie. Privita de multi ca fiind unealta Satanei, masinaria a fost arsa din temelii, iar Ivan Fiodorov fortat sa paraseasca orasul. Istoria cu Satana care invarte rotile infernale sounds kind of cute.
* Johann Ulrich Kraus, or Krauss (1655-1719), was a native of Augsburg who remained faithful to the city despite many offers from other places. He learned the art of engraving from his father, a cabinetmaker. He produced several illustrated books remarkable for the inventiveness of their ornamentation and their skill in execution.
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