- Walking from Schengen to Fribourg
Yost had already designed several album covers for Bury Me Standing when the band asked permission to use this Geranium Lake Properties comic as the cover for their fifth album. By this time, Yost's relationship with his distributor, The-Media-Syndicate-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named (That-May-Or-May-Not-Be-Part-Of-The-Second-Biggest-Criminal-Organization-In-The-Mediterranean-Area), had grown coldly distant, when it was not intensely antagonistic. Permission was denied by the media syndicate, but Yost and the band were able to circumvent the will of their overlords.
Yost altered the design slightly and the image above is how it appeared on the front of the album. No title appears on the cover of the album, but everyone called it "The Dream Spiral" after the first track on the A side. The original GLP panel was part of a pilgrimage Jack Loki undertook between Schengen and Fribourg, a pilgrimage that has been traveled by jackalopes since medieval times. The Inultaru call this pilgrimage unelmien kierre, a concept that can be compared to a vision quest, but it may be more idiomatically precise to define it as "labyrinth of reveries" or just "meandering".
Design for the back cover (the cover included no recognizable text, not even the band's name):