After having looked at an example from Muse, as you can see on the left, I decided to try and do something different for the back cover of the digipak rather than the smoke. I liked the blurry, black and white look of this picture and thought it was good, because you see the band members in the left side and then have the possibility to have the track listing on the right side and the barcode, record label etc. below the tracks. Also, I liked the color on the black and white, which I might want to do because then there would still be an element of color on our digipack. This is something we really want to have, since the color powder in our music video plays such a huge role.
Using Adobe Photoshop, I came up with this version of our digipak. However, our audience feedback didn't like it because it didn't look professional enough. Bronwen, had created the front cover for the digipack first, which our teacher really liked. Then he argued that compared to the front cover this wouldn't be a suitable back cover since it looked a bit clumsy and not professional enough.