The overlay print on the CD artwork was really cool, with much only catching light occasionally. It's hard or impossible to see on the pics I saw on discogs, but there's a fair amount of this: the inner artwork is also a combo of 'regular' printing as well as this overlay sort of print...I'm not into design so I'm probably getting the terminology all wrong, but nonetheless I always liked it. One of the main prints with the 'ae' embedded would've made a great poster:
Also on the art for the CD case back (outward) there's a huge overlay print of the 'compact disc digital audio logo' seen below (I could try and get some pics illustrating the overlay here and elsewhere in the art if anyone wants but it's VERY subtle) which is a super tDR thing to do. Love it :)
edit: forgot to mention how funny it was to see a cassette of this album too (I think the first image I posted there is from the discogs cassette artwork, but that art is featured on the CD and I'd assume on the vinyls?). I guess it was towards the end of general cassette production in '97? They even sent out a promo cassette for Christ's sake... When I'm rich one day I'll start an AE cassette collection.
Edited by auxien, 15 June 2018 - 03:41 PM.