There is no denying the fact that nice tracks are the primary motivation behind buying a CD. However along with the songs, a good cover design is also a necessity. An attractive CD cover design implies a good presentation of the product that is put up for sale. This is an important marketing strategy that will help in drawing the attention of more and more clients and thereby increase the sales figure of the CD.

One of the unique styles for designing the cover of the CD is using bold and chic typography. The options of typography are varied and therefore it leaves the designers with loads of alternatives to choose from. One of the most positive factor for using the name of the musical band or singer as the prime focus of the CD cover design is that it will get noticed easily among the millions of options available in the musical store. All these factors have contributed to the growing popularity of this particular CD cover designing technique among the graphic artists.

If you are designing a CD cover in this genre for the first time, then you can draw valuable inspiration from some of the best examples of typography CD cover present in this post. For the convenience of the readers, we have posted twenty five awesome typography design cover in this genre for aiding the readers. Minutely observe the different designs as it will aid you in getting a comprehensive idea and help you in exploring and experimenting further in this genre.

1. My Personal Favorite CD Cover

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2. Nina Simone CD Cover

Illustration class project. We were tasked to choose a musical artist from 3 categories (jazz, blues or classical) and to create a CD cover illustration. As you can tell, I chose the wonderful Nina Simone. I had never heard of her before the class but now I frequently listen to her music, it’s great the things you can be exposed to second hand like this in projects_Pookat.

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3. Tech Def Cover

Digital composite using original photography and hand-drawn lettering (2002). Samples from an old Olympia typewriter appear backwards as well. The musician pictured is the alto saxophonist John Jenkins, who I photographed in the early 90′s. Here he’s meant to be iconic, a laid-back jazz reference amid a rough and disoriented background.

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4. CD cover Juno soundtrack

CD cover for Juno soundtrack.

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5. Alaska 2100

The cover design for Cosmonaut Grechko’s upcoming EP called Alaska 2100.

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6. CD Cover by sound décor

Cd cover typography maxi single.

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7. CD Covers

This is not stock or public domain. You may not redistribute, modify or reproduce, my art without my express written authorization.

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8. Almost Famous Band

Glitschka Studios goes out of it’s way to help a good cause. We donated our services to design the cover of this music CD being sold as a fundraiser to benefit a local Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. All the music on the CD was provided by indie bands hence the name “Almost Famous Band” title. The music was a lot of fun so we wanted the artwork to be just as fun and lively. To keep consistent with the art styling we hand lettered the title as well.

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9. The Killers Day & Age album cover

The cover to their latest album to be releases sometime soon, i forget the date.

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10. Breathe In, Breathe Out

This project was started as a musical outlet, a facility to experiment with ideas and play the odd show. So far I have played around my local area (High Wycombe) as well as shows at The Bull & Gate and The Hope & Anchor in London.

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11. Kid Beyond CD Cover

Kid Beyond is a beat boxer He is maybe not popular person or maybe u ever heard his name. Anyway I will give a link and you can listen his live performance. I like his style about his music So, I wanted to make a CD cover for him.

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12. Vettig Morsig

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13. Rock Steady

One version of No Doubt Rock Steady Cover. This photo was taken on October 13, 2008.

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14. Moon Cd Cover

This photo was taken on December 26, 2008.

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15. One

This is a new concept for a series on marriage. The driving theme being one. The design is a play of the scripture in Ephesians talking about the two (man & woman) becoming one flesh.  This photo was taken on June 26, 2007.

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16. A Ransom Note

We had to create a “traditional” ransom note. By traditional, I mean cutting and pasting different letters to form the words. And, in the words of the teacher, “Any drunk son of a bitch can make a ransom note, but at least try to makes yours look like a graphic designer made it.” Then we had to scan the note and do whatever we want with it. One guy is even making it look like an actual kidnapping…He’s staging one with a friend and everything_Chaos Emerald Hunter.

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17. Sven Weise mann Groove

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18. The remixer remixed again

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19. CD

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20. Ok Go

The 3rd option for my cd cover for Design III. This one bears the most resemblance to the band’s current CD. (When in the wrapper, they have a back background and the text in a funky wallpaper color… but once you remove the shrink wrap, the black background is torn off.

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21. Helen

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22. Icebreaker/Philip Glass

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23. Szavak Ereje Typo

This is a CD cover for a band called Szavak Ereje.

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24. The Outsider

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25. Spank Rock

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