In the Land of Milk and Honey

Down in the basement at Nanny State Towers we have put our new drying rack (read: pasting table found in the street) to good use rolling out a run of CD covers for Bristolian Drum ‘n Brass quartet, Dakhla.

As you can see, it’s a rather lively affair utilising some magnificent scarlet ink.

These recycled card CD sleeves are more helpfully regularly shaped than the standard Nanny State 10″ sleeves, but the rougher texture takes the ink more haphazardly, giving a pleasing mottled effect.


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