A new service from PhotoCosma is now available: cover art design. You can now choose your favorite photo from www.PhotoCosma.net and have it custom made by us into your new cover art. Get in touch using the contact form and we’ll design the perfect cover (for albums, books, etc) for you in no time! Some examples can be seen on our website:
These are some examples of book, album covers and movie posters made with photos from PhotoCosma. Over the years the list has grown, there are more out there but these are some of the most representative ones. Some were commissioned, others were made under my supervision while others were made with images purchased through various agencies.
The majority of the covers featured here are made by adding text to my images while others have bits of my images and bits of images from other artists . Here are some photos from PhotoCosma used for artworks:
Glad to announce you that one of my photos made it on to the book cover of the Spanish version of “The killer in me” book by Margot Harrison. The bottom part of the image is a forest image I shot in 2015:
I was thrilled to find out that one of my images is used as the basis for Chris Brown’s new single “Grass Ain’t Greener” cover art. The image was probably sold trough one of the agencies I work with, so I had no direct contact with the artist or his staff, but it’s nice to see a mainstream artist opting for such mysterious and atmospheric imagery.
My photos are used a lot for album covers, posters and artworks, but I think Chris Brown is the most known artist that used one of my photos for his artwork. Maybe I will write sometime about the other artists that used my images for their artwork.
Source for the artwork: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grass_Ain%27t_Greener