Make sure you have followed the below instructions before sending your artwork to Rexius Records.
All release material should be delivered according to the Marketing and Visual Guideline made from the Big/Small Brief together with Rexius. Rexius Records has the right to deny any material which does not meet the requirements both qualitative and technical.
Remember that copyright applies to all visual components in your design. Make sure that you have the right to use all visual elements in your artwork, including everything from photographs, and textures to fonts.
When an artwork is delivered to Rexius Records for a digital release we have the following requirements.
Filetype: JPG, best quality (9-12)
Geometry: Perfect square
Minimum Size: 3000 x 3000 pixels in size. (No upscaling)
Maximum Size: 6000 x 6000 pixels in size. (No upscaling)
Quality: Best quality RGB Color Mode (this includes black and white images).
Titles: If you’re including the name of your song/EP/album on your artwork, note that it needs to have exactly the same spelling and formatting as they appear on the metadata. So if your release is called “DIVA”, it has to appear as DIVA on the cover, not Diva or diva. The same applies to your artist name and featured artists. Write their names exactly as they appear on Spotify.
When we need the artwork for printing purposes (posters, merch, or physical covers like CD/vinyl) we would also need the artwork in CMYK.
Please deliver three versions of your artwork:
Final version. Highest possible export.
High resolution. Max 6 MB.
Low resolution. Below 1 MB.
Please name your files in the following manner, be sure to include the designer/photographer credit:
[Artist] – [Release Title] – [Content type] – [Designer/Photographer credit] – [Final/HR/LR].jpg
For example: “Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon – Artwork – John Doe Design – HR.jpg”
Make sure the artwork doesn’t contain stuff that stores will reject:
A website address (URL)
The terms ‘Exclusive’ or ‘Limited Edition’
Any image that’s blurry, pixelated, rotated, or poor quality
Store logos (such as iTunes or Spotify)
References to physical media (example: “CD” or “Compact Disc”)