The illustrations are as one can clearly see, wonderful – to the left is Haruka and to the right, Miki Miki. Each half makes use of a single prominent color in an overall monotonous outlook to devise a scene fitting of the girl in question. The two vibrant red and lush green sections complement one another. The amount of stars on both sides are uneven, seven each – thereby generating even more visual interest through the usage of basic art rules.
This may sound silly to some, though there is a lot of design aspects which go into typography and the font-face used for “THE iDOLM@STER” is truly lovely – it is bold and boasts recognition in a fashionable manner. Contents of the Blu-ray aside, the artwork is quite enticing and takes advantage of the elements of art. It’s been precisely crafted to a point one would never expect for a mere Blu-ray cover sleeve – though sure enough, there it is.
We also have storyboards from the end sequences of episode three and five respectively one can enjoy below. They outline certain scenes with sketches, and perhaps even some color – alongside short staff notes.
This upcoming Blu-ray is the first volume special edition to be released of the latest, highly successful iDOLM@STER anime. The remaining artworks can be seen below: