I Designed a Trap Mixtape Cover

Photo by Jonathan J. Castellon on Unsplash

The other day one of my lovely loyal customers reached out to me requesting a design for a new song he’ll be releasing. He provided me with 3 separate images of him along with 2 other artists featured on the song. I’m not sure about you guys but I always find it difficult to combine completely unrelated images into a graphic without it coming out tacky — in my eyes.

I figured the best solution for this would be to adjust each photo’s color and saturation then apply a magazine cutout effect so that it allows the photos to stand alone without it looking odd.

Check out the video below and watch how I decided to complete the rest of this project.



Song: For the Money — Yung Bruno x Bambino

Artist/Client: DoC Bambino

Fonts: Avenir , Royal Acidbath

Stock Images: Google

Program: Adobe Photoshop




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