Minimalist Redesigns Of Classic Album Covers
One or more persons obscuring or augmenting any part of their body or bodies with record sleeve(s) causing an illusion
Mouth-shaped urinals at a Rolling Stones museum in Lüchow, Germany.
The functional sculptures were designed by a woman, Dutch artist Meike van Schijndel and based on the Rolling Stones logo, the “Tongue and Lip Design,” created by art designer John Pasche in 1971 (which he originally modeled after Mick Jagger‘s mouth). [ via ]
Dancing Mania Posters
In 1518, a bunch of people from a french town called Stransbourg were affected by something called dancing mania. It began with one lady named Frau Troffea dancing in the street and end up with, more or less, 400 people dancing on for days without rest, resulting in some deaths of heart attack, stroke and exhaustion. This project is, in some sort of way, a memorial for Frau Toffea. From the silliest little dance to the most elaborate dance sequence of the history of cinema, there were a lot of dancing in the last decades (not enough to kill anyone, I hope). Here are some of these dances.
Prints Available HERE.
The Dark Side Of The Moon Poster Series
A series of posters inspired by Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’. There is one poster for each track on the album. Colour palette is inspired by the original iconic Hipgnosis album artwork.
Buy one here.
Famous Albums Covers Without Dead Artists
A Tumblr that updates famous albums covers to strip away artists that have passed away.
Dirty Donny has become one of the most influential artist in punk and rock n’ roll art.
A road map made up of song titles: from Highway to Hell to Penny Lane, Itchycoo Park to Heartbreak Hotel. And just like places in our own neighbourhood, some are really good and some are best avoided like the plague – remember Love House by Sam Fox?
For the real music geek there’s an A-Z key of all the songs featured on the map with the bands that sang them.
Unlimited edition Litho Print for £20 plus p&p
Peter Strutt, an international English teacher, has his young students in Seoul, South Korea sing the classic song by The Ramones, ‘Judy Is a Punk’.
The South Korean director of Fla Sticky Monster Lab released this movie clip “The Loner” to the music of The Freaks.
This story tells of an encounter between a solitary and his new companion.To discover in the following section.