Mixtape Covers Guilty of Photoshop Abuse, Very Guilty

03.12.10 Marina Galperina

Mixtape packaging origins are humble: in the early-mid ’90s, colored construction paper xeroxes of tiny tiny song titles would wrap up that tape sweated over diligently in the basement of, say, DJ Doo-Wop or Tony Touch, etc., and that was that. But with the proliferation of easy access to Photoshop, there’s a massive, tacky, ridiculous monster trend out there. MOG rounds up the worst, in not one but two servings in full range of gross to WTF.