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Carl Morris & John Rostron

Sleeveface: Be The Vinyl

Published by Artisan

Nov 01, 2008 Year End 2008 - Best of 2008 Bookmark and Share

Sleevefacing is where a person covers a part of his or her body with a record album cover, creating a larger picture beyond what the album art portrays. Expanded from Morris and Rostron’s website of the same name, Sleeveface compiles over 200 of these images from vinyl lovers around the world. The extended arms of Spoon’s Kill the Moonlight become a woman reaching for a bag of groceries dropped out the window. Barbra Streisand’s face on Greatest Hits Volume 2 becomes the head of a black lab. The bottom half of John Travolta on his self-titled debut is actually a woman in a skirt and fishnets. Gil Scott-Heron wears polka-dotted Hello Kitty socks. The list is endless, and lest you wonder, the images are rendered seamlessly. You’ll find yourself revisiting these pictures again and again, and the best part is you can do this yourself at home. (

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