Here is a nicely strange selection of nice vinyl covers and designs..
Did you ever wonder who is behind the iconic art cover of David Bowie’s work, especially his last project: “Black Star” after release of which he left us, much too much too soon? It is the designer Jonathan Barnbrook. To the … Continue reading
You know, Pinterest is not only a good tool for interior design ideas when renovating, fashion clippings, when wanting to be cool – ti can be used in many different ways, like: collecting album covers neatly sorted in different themes: … Continue reading
“WhyTheLongPlayFace” is an Instagram account of Stephen Lear who gained a lot of publicity while changing iconic album covers with the StarWars characters. check more here.
“For years, Marvel Comics and Hip-Hop culture have been engaged in an ongoing dialog, beginning this October, we will shine a spotlight on the seamless relationship between those two unique forces.” says Marvel EIC Axel Alonso in a recent press … Continue reading
We have seen all kinds of artful mixes of albums, music, vinyl, covers, posters made by numerous artists. Here is the next one featuring classic album art reconstructed in the retro Penguin-Book-Cover-Art look. Huw Gwilliam of LittlePixel made those. So … Continue reading
Phew… found not one, but two, both awesome music videos featuring record cover art as their creative output. First one is by Vania Heyman for Roy Kafri’s “Mayokero” a-cappella music video: The second one is directed by Noam Sharon and Tal Zagreba … Continue reading
Pretty simple but funny these sloth faces all over iconic album covers illustrated by Matt Tucker . We already feel sluggish but cannot stop looking at them imagining how they move slow, slowly….zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Mat Maitland is a contemporary graphic design artist from London who created some visually overwhelming campaigns (some of which you’re probably familiar with) over the past decades for famous musicians like Prince, Michael Jackson, Goldfrapp, Beck, Basement Jaxx, Elton John, Kylie Minogue … Continue reading
The first record cover eeeveer for: “Smash Song Hits”. Alex Steinweiss, the young graphic designer, came up with an idea to use the record packaging in a creative way. This was 1939.!!! His first cover was the the Broadway legends: … Continue reading
Oh I love mid-century design and graphics. And this is a great found of the mid-century album covers found on this great blog: MIDCENTURIA
Wikipedia says: “Slowcore is characterised by minimal musical backing played at extremely slow speeds. Guitars are normally clean and undistorted but often feature heavy use of reverb. Slowcore is often used interchangeably with the term sadcore” So much for the … Continue reading