Album Covers

Weezer Does Lithium

Weezer Does Lithium

(PG-13: Language) During their recent tour dates in Brazil, Weezer performed a great cover of Nirvana’s 1991 track Lithium. It’s a great tribute to a fellow band who achieved fame in the 1990s, but with a very different outcome. On a related note, we came across this little gem while researching this story.

The Look of Jazz Albums

The Look of Jazz Albums

Vox video producer Estell Caswell digs into the design language of album art from Blue Note Records, and how one graphic designer, Reid Miles, working with the photography of Francis Wolff – was responsible for many of the most iconic jazz album covers of all time.

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Album Cover Face Painting

Album Cover Face Painting

To celebrate the recent 2015 Record Store day, body and face paint artist Natalie Sharp created a series of unreal images based on famous album covers. The King Crimson and Peter Gabriel ones are mindblowing.

Behind the Worst Album Covers

Behind the Worst Album Covers

(NSFW) Album covers are something of a lost art these days, but the golden days of vinyl gave birth to many memorable designs. Jimbo Stephens compiled the ones that were memorable for being awful, and the equally cheesy music behind them.

Superhero Album Covers

Superhero Album Covers

DeviantArtist Uwe de Witt takes on classic album covers and envisions what they would have looked like if they were recorded by superheroes instead of the original artists. The Wall x The Thing FTW.

Pantone Album Art

Pantone Album Art

Graphic designer and artist David Marsh uses Pantone swatch graphics in Adobe Illustrator to produce these nifty looking recreations of classic album covers. Follow the link for more.

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