30 Influential House and Techno Album Art Covers

by Callum Chapman

on June 21, 2010

in Inspiration

Everyone loves experimenting with new techniques and styles, but it’s not everyday we land commissioned projects that allow us to put our creative minds to their best use – in fact, we rarely ever find clients that let you do whatever you want, we’re always restricted by some kind of brief, detailed or not.

However, not all jobs are the same. Designing and illustrating artwork for an album cover for example can be incredibly pleasing, exciting and allows yourself to really push yourself to the limit. Below we have an incredible collection of thirty album covers, all of which are albums from house and electronic music producers from the 2000′s and onwards. So, if you’re missing the days when you use to have time to experiment, why not get in touch with some upcoming music producers, bands and solo artists? The benefits are unbelievable if you manage to land a project – you only need to look at the examples below to see for yourself!

The Chemical Brothers – We Are At The Night

Plump DJs – Eargasm

Basement Jaxx – The Singles

Primal Scream – Dirty Hits

Bugz in the Attic – Back in the Dog House

Daedelus – Of Snowdonia

Soul of Man – Ali B Presents Air Breaks

Simian Mobile Disco – Attack Decay Sustain Release

Vitalic – OK Cowboy

Sasha – Airdrawndagger

The Chemical Brothers – Push The Button

Ellen Allien – Orchestra of Bubbles

Black Strobe – Burn Your Own Church

Anja Schneider – Beyond The Valley

Booka Shade – The Sun & The Neon Light

Hercules and Love Affair – Hercules and Love Affair

Quantic – Apricot Morning

Boom Bip – Sacchrilege EP

Carl Craig – The Album Formerly Known As…

Wax Poetic – Nublu Sessions

Daft Punk – Alive 2007

Isan – Plans Drawn In Pencil

Martin Eyerer – Word of Mouth

Ikon – Signs

Amp Fiddler – Waltz of a Ghetto Fly

Silicone Soul – Staring Into Space

Quantic – Mishaps Happening

Jamie Lidell – Multiply Additions

Coldcut – Sound Mirrors

Modeselektor – Hello Mom!

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About Callum Chapman

Self-Employed Blogger, Author, Graphic Designer and Illustrator. Founder of Circlebox Blog and DesignGiveaways.