Everyone has a favorite album. You will always have one that means more than all the others in your collection. And, aside from the songs, one of the probable reasons this album might be your favorite is its cover.
Album cover art are usually used to relay the message the band or the artist is trying to convey to his fans. However, since we already live in a digital age, most of these cover art are downloaded digitally along with the songs that come with them.
In honor of the music industry standards, let’s take a look at some iconic album covers that have been altered by the artists from Aptitude, from Bedford. Their creations reveal a bigger picture than what the original album cover showed and believe us, you will be amazed at what could have been the bigger picture behind these popular cover art.
The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969)
Bruce Springsteen – Boy in the U.S.A. (1984)
Nirvana – Nevermind (1991)
Blur – Parklife (1994)
Adele – 19 (2008)
Justin Bieber – My World (2010)
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