Recently I’ve ignited my interest of mathematics thanks to a few choice purchases of Simon Singh’s books and frequent bites of trivia through YouTube subscriptions. One of said videos was about “illegal numbers” and the implications of such - one could theoretically convert a trademarked business name (or anything as such really) into a number using binary and ASCII values and copyright that too, making it forbidden to share or use. This already happens, with validation keys for game consoles and copyright prevention software for DVDs. However, you could convert that number into a larger number (on paper anyway) in the form of hexadecimal values, which represent colour.
This gave me the idea that I could take a new album title, convert it into ASCII, then into hex values, and use the group of four or five colours to make a simple cover made up of the very colours that represent the title. I don’t intend to copyright it of course, but it would be a neat representation of letting the album speak for itself, and indeed have the artwork represent the title more than anything before.