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Asobi Seksu band logo

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Jun 1st, 2017. Artwork published in
circa 2007
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    Asobi Seksu-Merry Christmas.png
    Source: http://www.45cat.com 45TopCat. License: All Rights Reserved.

    “Merry Christmas (I Don't Want To Fight Tonight)” / “New Years” 7″, Dec. 2007.

    Art direction, illustration, design and photography by Sean McCabe. The yellow letterforms spell out the band’s name in Japanese (アソビ・セクス).

    Asobi Seksu was an American shoegaze/dream pop band based in New York City. Their music used a textured and effects-heavy vocal and guitar sound. The band primarily consisted of Yuki Chikudate (vocals, keyboards) and James Hanna (guitar, vocals). — Wikipedia

    During their active years (2001–2013), the band used various typographic interpretations of the band name, but Motter Ombra in all caps was a recurring theme, in album art, on posters, and elsewhere.

    874382a1162b272e-asobi_group_300.jpg
    Source: http://www.chronicallyaskew.com Chronicallyaskew. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Acoustic at Olympic Studios, tour-exclusive live album with metallic digipak, Feb. 2009, One Little Indian.
    Art direction and design by Chronicallyaskew.

    Familiar Light.png
    Source: http://www.45cat.com Rotatey Diskers. License: All Rights Reserved.

    “Familiar Light” 7″, Feb. 2009

    PB230890.JPG
    Source: http://yccmcb.blogspot.de License: All Rights Reserved.

    Stage decoration, 2010

    asobi_seksu_a2_websize.jpg
    Source: https://supercolorsuper.com Supercolorsuper. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Poster for two concerts in Busan and Seoul, South Korea, May 2012

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