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Twenty One Pilots' Blurryface Artwork Explained

06/05/2015
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(TeamRock Radio) Brandon Rike, the graphic artist who designed the packaging for Twenty One Pilots' latest album Blurryface, has revealed the concept behind his work.

A conversation with the band's Tyler Joseph inspired him with three key elements that moulded the final design. Rike says in a blog entry: "Tyler explained the elements of ourselves that we hate, and the constant battle against these traits. In order to add clarity to this internal struggle, he gave a name to these negative attributes: Blurryface."

He then defined the most important things he had to achieved: "First, find a way to represent Blurryface in a obscure but potent manner. Second, create visuals that resemble the songs, as well as the mishmash of the collection as a whole.

"And finally, reward the fans for their support of the band, and give them new journeys of discovery as they dig deep into all of the elements of the album." Read more here.

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