Craig Armstrong: contrasting on artistic installation with nature

Woods, Adam
February 2002
Music Week;2/23/2002, Issue 7, p13
Trade Publication
Focuses on the design of the cover of music recording 'As If to Nothing,' composed by Craig Armstrong. Details of how the cover photograph was taken; Remarks from designer-in-charge Mat Cook.


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