Oasis e-mailed me the proofs for the artwork this afternoon.
The cover, liner notes, and back traycard look outstanding. The disc silkscreen itself could be nicer, but it's ok. I told them to go with a jet black disk with title and name taken from the cover. If I had a bit more time on both ends we could have done something nicer, the disc is difficult though, as it is a silk screen, and not a color printing process.
Low resolution version of the back cover with publisher's layout grid for bleed and crop:
And for good measure, here are the inside liner notes, I really like how the background turned out: