Pet Shop Boys and Bjork album covers nominated in 2010 Design Awards

Album covers go up against each other in Graphics category

Pet Shop Boys and Bjork album covers nominated in 2010 Design Awards
Pet Shop Boys and Bjork have both had albums nominated in the 2010 Brit Insurance Design Awards shortlist.

Both artists are going up against each other in the Graphics category for the event.

Pet Shop Boys' cover for latest album 'Yes' (pictured right), created by Farrow Design is nominated, alongside Bjork's 'Voltaic: Songs From The Volta Tour', which was created by Paris-based company M/M.

Farrow Design also created the cover for Pet Shop Boys' 1988 album 'Introspective'.

The shortlist entries are set to be on show at the Brit Insurance Designs Of The Year Exhibition at London's Design Museum from February 17 until June 6.

The category winners are to be announced on March 4, with the overall prize being awarded on March 16. See for more information.

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