Because sloths make everything better…
Seriously, why did so many weird dolls and puppets release records?!
Lego Albums has recreated all of your favorite albums, block by block.
Have yourself a merry little… wait what the hell is that?
Sometimes a lack of color brings the coolest images.
Creepy and amazing. Courtesy of the Live! (I See Dead People) Tumblr.
Besides heavy bass and clap tracks, the Dirty South is synonymous with epic album art and a liberal use of grammar and spelling. Props to Lil’ Flip; it takes a man to go literal with leprechaun.
This will be one of the all-time great album covers. Due out next year.
This sock-art genius is just getting started.
Deface Value is a blog that chronicles vinyl album covers that have been defaced or, dare I say, drastically improved. Donny Osmond is terrifying.
When you name your mixtape “Cocaine Waitress,” you’d better have the artwork to back it up.
Maybe “suggestive” would have been a better word. Now before you all grumble about your favorite Menudo album not making the cut, understand that this list is amendable. Which covers do you think should have made the lineup? View List ›
Ever wish your favorite album covers could become Monty Pythonesque animated GIFs? Your wish has been granted by the nifty new Tumblr blog aptly titled: Animated Albums.
The Rihanna cover debacle was just the tip of the iceberg. Here is a slideshow of eerily similar album covers through the ages.
Coolest president ever. Witness this effortless recreation of an iconic album cover. View Image ›
Using Legos to recreate infamous album covers. What is it that’s so charming about using Legos to recreate well-known images? Something about those dorky, vacant yellow faces is just hard to resist. Read More ›
So maybe there was a little Photoshop involved. Can’t we save the fat jokes for Kirstie Alley? Seriously, Hudson’s a Cinderella story, and yet the moment she looks suspiciously slender, it’s an instant insult parade. Not to get all Jezebel-y here, but in a society where Heidi Montag is a household name, can’t an Oscar-winning singer/actress get a little respect? View Image ›
Almost simultaneously, publications everywhere are looking for the worst record covers of all time — and there are plenty to choose from. The zeitgeist turns a critical eye to the truly awful work of the bygone era of vinyl. Read More ›
A Photoshop contest where people have taken classic album covers and imagined what could have been going on outside the frame. This bemusing series of photoshopped images takes Sleeveface a step further. Read More ›