Gino Lattuca Quartet
Jazz concert playing swing and latin jazz repertoire.
As the repertoire is leaning towards latin jazz, I wanted green as the main color (that I don't use often). While I was writing the musician's name on a piece of paper, the idea of integrating the double "T" to represent the valve of the fluegelhorn came to my mind.
The fluegelhorn being larger in height than the trumpet, I invented some other "pipes" and rejected realism. As the inside of the instrument created itself, the composition became a bit fancy like Jim Flora's work (amongst other things an album cover design from the 40's to the 70's), a legendary illustrator that I like a lot.