“Bikes, Broads, Beer, and Boogie”: The Great Collection of Biker Magazines from the 1980s

Easyriders magazine was the motorcycle magazines of the 1970s (with Iron Horse a distant second). Far from being just motorcycle enthusiast rag, it delivered the “biker lifestyle” on its pages. Continue reading »

“Iconic Covers”: Russian Designer Represents Famous Album Covers as Icons

Evgeny Filatov is a multidisciplinary designer & art director based in Moscow, Russia. Let’s take a look at his successful and creative attempt to transform famous classic album covers into modern outlined icons. Continue reading »

The Subversive, Queer and Iconic Covers to Films & Filming Magazine 1970-81

Films and Filming was published in the UK between October 1953 to March 1990. It was a special interest magazine for film-lovers who thought “Picturegoer unsatisfying and Sight and Sound unintelligible.” Continue reading »

This Korean Tattoo Artist Creates Tattoo Cover-Up Masterpieces!

South Korean tattoo artist Sigak has recently been putting an original spin on tattoo cover-ups, and people really like his art style! Continue reading »

Vintage Cover Photos of Czech Weekly News Pestrý Týden in 1927

Pestrý týden was a Czech illustrated weekly magazine published November 2, 1926 to April 28, 1945, during the First and Second Czechoslovak Republics and during the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Continue reading »

The Lost Art of Cassette Design: 1980s

Steve Vistaunet’s photgraphs of cassette spine designs take us back to pressing ‘play’ and ‘record’ on to make compilation mixes. Continue reading »

Fabulous Cover Photos of La Vie Parisienne in 1927

La Vie Parisienne (the Parisian life) was a French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863 and was published without interruption until 1970. It was popular at the start of the 20th century. Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Creates Sinister Parodies Of Vintage Album Covers

While growing up you almost certainly encountered vintage album covers, so you are probably familiar with their cover art styles. These albums featured awkwardly staged scenes that were practically begging to be parodied, and the folks at @obscurestvinyl did just that. Don’t scroll down if you are easily offended! Continue reading »

Someone Recreates 65 Metal Album Covers With Characters From The Simpsons And It’s Hilariously

Springfieldalbums is an Instagram account run by two people who both happen to be huge fans of The Simpsons and metal music. Add artistic talent to this mix and apparently, this combination gives birth to incredibly amazing creations. Continue reading »

This Artist Updates Classic Dr. Seuss Book Covers And They’re Great

In a bid to keep the creative juices flowing, Boston-based art director (and self-proclaimed typography nerd) Jim Malloy has been reworking classic Dr. Seuss book covers for the current pandemic. Continue reading »

Metal Albums Look Much Less Scary With Googly Eyes

Monsters, grim reaper, demons, skeletons, snakes… All these creatures on metal albums are supposed to look menacing. However, if you get a pair of googly eyes, these scary covers become quite funny and amusing. Scroll down to see the best examples! Continue reading »

This Woman Creates A DIY Dollhouse Door Electrical Outlet Covers

We can all agree that COVID-19 has turned our world upside down. Everything we knew we did has changed. Some people are furstrated but there are some that never lose their spirit. Even in these difficult times there are people that show us that you can use every situation to your advantage. Discover something new create something you never did before. Continue reading »

6 Feet Covers: Duo Artists Re-Designed Iconic Album Covers To Promote Social Distancing

L.A. artists Paco Conde and Beto Fernandez have redesigned a series of album covers to raise awareness about the importance of staying at least 6 feet away from each other, to stop the spread of Coronavirus. Social distancing is the new normal and it will be for a while. 6 feet or 1.8 meters is the distance that experts recommend we keep between each other. Continue reading »

Digital Artist Re-Designs Iconic Posters And Album Covers For Social Distancing

This is the world that we live in right now, movie posters and album covers were re-designed for social distancing. Continue reading »

The Worst Book Covers On Amazon


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Who needs a professional designer when you can save money and make a book cover by yourself, right? Wrong. Continue reading »

The Worst Metal Album Covers Of All Time

We love weird album cover art. That’s why we’ve previously featured vintage album covers from Yugoslavia, album covers featuring frightening clowns, 25 sexy but not sexy album covers, and a collection of 50 outrageous album covers ever. Certainly… Now it’s time to take a look at some metal albums that tried to look badass but failed miserably. Continue reading »

Russian Illustrator Recreates All Episodes Of The Mandalorian As Vintage Comic Book Covers

The Star Wars saga of 42 years wrapped up at the end of 2019, but a Disney+ hit show The Mandalorian came to save the day by taking us back to the Star Wars universe set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. This American space opera gave the fandom a new hope, the legendary baby Yoda and loads of exciting fan art to fill the wait until season 2. Continue reading »

25 Sexy But Not Sexy Vintage Album Covers

Before anyone get their feelings hurt, remember this is all about good and bad design. It seems that anyone and everyone could make a record about anything – and we’re all better for it. Continue reading »

These Awkward Vintage Christmas Album Covers

Looking at these Christmas music album masterpieces only one question pops into mind: “What the hell were they thinking?!” Scroll down to see the ugliest, creepiest and weirdest Christmas album cover art ever. Continue reading »

Vintage Album Covers Featuring Frightening Clowns

Wherever there’s a clown, you’ll find a child crying. What possesses adults to think children love clowns? It was particularly bad in decades past, when those nightmarish denizens of the underworld (i.e. clowns) plastered their grotesque faces on tons of children’s products – including album covers. Continue reading »

Metallic Bras From Space! Sci-Fi Pulp Ladies & Their Shiny Metal Brassieres

For some reason, mid-century sci-fi pulp magazines always had their ladies wearing metallic bras. Go figure. By the 1960s, space women finally started wearing more reasonable attire – like fabric miniskirts a la Star Trek. But in the 1940s – 1950s, the dress code was strictly enforced – shiny, polished metal brassieres only! Continue reading »

Classic Rock And New Wave Songs Brilliantly Reimagined As Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperbacks

“London Calling” re-imagines the classic Clash song as an issue of a 1950s-era pulp detective magazine. Prints come in four sizes, priced accordingly. Prints are on heavy, glossy archival-quality paper. The perfect gift for the punk rocker in your life.

Graphic artist Todd Alcott has brilliantly reimagined classic rock and new wave songs as vintage pulp-fiction paperback books. Continue reading »

Afro Hair On Album Covers

…and some white artists who imitated it! Continue reading »

This Is How Manhole Covers Look In Japan


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There are many different ways that artists and city municipalities can work together to decorate their cities, but it seems like city administrators in Japan have come up with one solution that is as unexpected and whimsical as it is creative and beautiful – decorated manhole covers. Continue reading »

“On Fields Of Death & Desolation”: Dark And Haunting Illustrations By Tony Sandoval

You don’t hear enough about Mexican artist Tony Sandoval. Well, I don’t. And I’ve looked, I really have. His stories and sensibilities are unique, his artwork stunning in its layering and animation, and his ability to mix the dark with the irreverent in a way that isn’t either cloying or mercenary makes his work accessible but not pandering. He’s been nominated for three Eisners, but there’s not a lot of excited chatter about his work. There should be. Continue reading »