Brian Gossett’s The Heist Series

July 20, 2010

I was immediately attracted to the use of clean type and noisy photography in the album art for Brian Gossett’sThe Heist Series. However, the series goes deeper than just the pretty covers, it also has a great concept. Gossett’s love for the heist film genre becomes apparent through his vast knowledge of the films’ scores and his ability to compile the compositions in a cohesive manner. Check out his site, where you can download the mixes and read his wonderful accompanying descriptions.

-THE BAG MESSENGER

 

 

 

 






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