Some Might Say is my favourite of all the Oasis sleeves I created, it’s also their first number one and the first oasis artwork to feature both of my parents! In the following blog article I’ll tell the story of how the whole thing came about.
Oasis - Some Might Say. A Microdot sleeve.
By Autumn 1994 I had already created artwork for every Oasis release to date, namely – ‘Supersonic’, ‘Shakermaker’, ‘Live Forever’, Cigarettes & Alcohol’, ‘Definitely Maybe’ and ‘Whatever’, so we were fully in the swing of things. The process always began the same way...
Verve's 'Voyager 1' has always been the 'odd one out' when it comes to Verve releases. Was it a bootleg? Was it official? Where did it come from? Did 300 copies really fall into the Atlantic Ocean?
I'll attempt to address all these questions and more in the following article.
Verve - Voyager 1. A Microdot sleeve
Intentionally made to look like a bootleg, Voyager 1 was in fact, issued by Virgin records subsidiary label - Hut recordings - Verve's record label. Hut head honcho Dave Boyd was the mastermind behind the project, it was Dave that...
The Friday the 1st show is now sold out.
Saturday afternoon matinee 3pm - 6pm tickets and NEW Saturday night show tickets HERE
On Friday the 1st of July, the Microdot team will be venturing North of the border to Glasgow to present ‘An Evening With Microdot’ at the legendary King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.
The evening will kick off with a presentation by Microdot founder and creator of record sleeve artwork for everything released by Oasis and The Verve in the 1990s, Brian Cannon. Brian will outline...
By the time Oasis had got to '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?' it was obvious they were about to go stratospheric and the record would sell a boatload. As a result, the budget for packaging was increased and as sleeve designer I was delighted to hear the record would come in a triple panel gatefold cover! With this in mind, I set myself two tasks, one was of course to conjure up the front and back sleeve, but just as important in my mind, was the vast expanse that was the triple inner.
Below - My original 1995 Creation records copy of 'Morning...
To celebrate the move from the current Microdot Boutique to the new 'Microdot Megastore' we are giving away the large (32 x 32 inches!) print of Definitely Maybe that sat within the fireplace surround in the Boutique - signed by Bonehead! (The fireplace surround is the actual one from the cover of Definitely Maybe and is NOT being given away, it's the signed print!)
To enter the competition all you have to do is buy any item from the Microdot Boutique website - your order number becomes your ticket number in the draw.
Each £5 spent equals...