In 2016 we launched Whitelabrecs, with a simple logo created from a photograph of a blank white vinyl-effect CDr, against a yellow background. And that’s how it has stayed until now! So we thought it was time to freshen things up a little…
We invited Thom Easton, the collage artist behind Logic Moon’s ‘I See Planets’ from 2019, who is now creating logos for various business including cafes, guitar workshops and interior furniture shops.
You can discover more of Thom’s design work here:
We’ve also decided to update our header image despite the fact that we loved all of the ‘postcard’ photographs from our travels. We felt that a consistent image across all of our pages would make more sense and so we’ve chosen a shot taken down the road, of the Lincolnshire fens.
We decided to drop the prices of our CDs from £10 to £9 by way of thanks for those who have helped us come through a difficult period with Covid-19 halting the production of our catalog for 3 months. We’re out the other side now and have lots of exciting albums to share over the next 12 months and beyond. You can check our catalog out and see the refreshed Bandcamp page here:
The final task as part of refreshing the Whitelabrecs brand was to update our packaging images by removing the various dull background colours in the photographs, to product shots with a white background – here’s a selection of these just so you can see: