Rethink wins Juno for album packaging

Vancouver-born agency Rethink has always touted its design prowess in areas that aren’t pure-play advertising (business cards, for example). At Sunday night’s Juno Awards, the agency was lauded for one such project: its album package design for Chris Tarry‘s Rest of the Story won Recording Package of the Year. Tarry, an author and jazz musician, […]

Vancouver-born agency Rethink has always touted its design prowess in areas that aren’t pure-play advertising (business cards, for example). At Sunday night’s Juno Awards, the agency was lauded for one such project: its album package design for Chris Tarry‘s Rest of the Story won Recording Package of the Year.

Tarry, an author and jazz musician, was also nominated for Contemporary Jazz Album Of The Year (but the Phil Dwyer Orchestra featuring Mark Fewer took home the trophy).

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