Famous Album Covers Get The Star Wars Treatment – Design You Trust

Famous Album Covers Get The Star Wars Treatment

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Music and movies fan Steven Lear runs an Instagram account called @WhyTheLongPlayFace where he shares his “random vinyl/movie mash ups” – generally, they’re riffs on classic album covers featuring popular characters from iconic films, and generally they’re very good indeed!

More info: @whythelongplayface, Facebook (h/t: nme)

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