EVERY TIME I DIE: 'Gutter Phenomenon' Handmade Collages Being Auctioned

Switzerland CS, the design firm that designed the layout for EVERY TIME I DIE's "Gutter Phenomenon" full-length album (Ferret Music, 2005), is selling all the original, handmade collages that were created for, and featured in, the layout. They're xerographic prints that were hand cut and assembled together (with glue and tape) as decoupage (black marker was used to reduce the white edges of any overlapping paper). The company says, "We've had these collages in the Switzerland CS office for over four years and it's time to part with them since our office is overflowing with layout-related artworks."

Ben Pobjoy of Switzerland CS has created similar collages for layouts and apparel for BOYS NIGHT OUT, THE STARTING LINE, MOTION CITY SOUNDTRACK and POISON THE WELL, among others.

For more information and to place a bid, visit eBay.

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