The Met needed a branding solution for their new HD Live DVDs and this is what I came up with: A system where a field of background color moves along the 4 corners of the cover, depending on the photograph that ends up being selected. The Met's logo and the record label logo occupy the other corners.

It had to be an easy system to interpret when handed over to the in-house design departments at the respective labels. Even so, if you look closely at the Eugene Onegin sample, the designer already took some liberties with the top space. Nothing I could do there...