Matthew de la Hunty: "scissors, paper, rock"
Audio CD and Jewel Case design.
Client: Q-Stik Records, 1998.
Matthew de la Hunty's first solo album, released through Perth-based
Q-Stik Records, was a departure from his previous work with Tall
Tales and True. The CD featured accoustic-based original rock material,
and launched his reputation as a solo performer.
The jewel-case artwork featured an original self-portrait on the front
and a digitally remastered photo on the back. A simple and informal
design was chosen to reflect Matt's return to a stripped-back, lean
acoustic rock sound. Interform, from Kai's Power Tools 3 was used to
produce the funky, 60's style pattern on Matt's shirt.