For James Heather’s debut album Stories From Far Away on Piano, antipattern created black and white album art driven by the album’s concept where nearly every song is inspired by real life events that Heather read about in the news. Layers of black ink bleed into newspaper print, repeatedly scanned and treated to interpret the regurgitation of information. The use of space plots latitude and longitude locations where each story came from, forming an abstract landscape.
Heather subsequently released Reworks, a follow up of high-calibre remixes and alternate versions titled. The artwork introduced a technical aesthetic, remixing piano and electronic worlds. Both albums use Benton Sansin a restrained typographic treatment with loosely spaced all caps.