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Juno Award for Recording Package of the Year

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Juno Award for Recording Package of the Year

The Juno Award for "Recording Package of the Year" has been awarded since 1975, as recognition each year for the best album art for a music recording in Canada. The Award was subtitled as "Presented in honour of Andrew MacNaughtan" after MacNaughtan's death in early 2012. The award was previously known as "Best Album Graphics", "Best Album Design", "Album Design of the Year" and "CD/DVD Artwork Design of the Year".[1]

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • Best Album Graphics (1975 - 1989) 1.1
    • Best Album Design (1990 - 2002) 1.2
    • Album Design of the Year (2003 - 2004) 1.3
    • CD/DVD Artwork Design of the Year (2005 - 2009) 1.4
    • Recording Package of the Year (2010 - Present) 1.5
  • References 2

Winners

Best Album Graphics (1975 - 1989)

Best Album Design (1990 - 2002)

Album Design of the Year (2003 - 2004)

CD/DVD Artwork Design of the Year (2005 - 2009)

Recording Package of the Year (2010 - Present)

  • 2010 - Martin Bernard (Art Director), Stéphane Cocke (Photographer), Thomas Csano (Designer/Illustrator): Beats on Canvas (Beats on Canvas)
  • Broken Social Scene)

References

  1. ^ "Juno Award winners list by year" (Requires a search by year).  
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