I created this mold cover to express that there was great versatility in how the penultimate cover could by investigating the link between ideas of the Earth rotting and the fast lifestyle that is destroying it. I thought about the shape of the world, thinking the roundness of a pizza could symbolise the Earth. I let the pizza mold for a month or so, creating this beautiful, fuzzy and soft mold that looked similar to places such as Dartmoor on a foggy day. I shot with a macro lens in a home studio to create some photos of the pizza's crust, editing them in Photoshop until they turned out like below. From them on, it was focusing on adjusting the cover to make it legible, due to the title being so long this needed to be played with. I chose the typeface 'Flood', giving this rough feel that when arranged seemed almost cloud-like.
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