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04.21.14 Andy Cush

For Record Store Day, the artist Natalie Sharp painted the covers of eight classic albums onto her face, and the results are terrifying. She told The Quietus: I stupidly thought I could knock these out in a day. Three days later with a bleeding face and being accused of racism after posting my progress on Facebook, […]

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09.09.13 Marina Galperina

UK’s most famous graphic designer Peter Saville isn’t fazed by the never-ending throng of tributes, homages and rip-offs of that one most famous thing he did. In a recent interview with the Guardian, he refers to the time Disney tried to sell it as a Mickey Mouse silhouette a “the total car crash catalogue of […]

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05.28.13 Marina Galperina

Just when you think everything that could be 3D-printed has been 3D-printed and every “Unknown Pleasures”-related artwork has been arted, here’s a 3D-printed “Unknown Pleasures”-related art work. It’s perfect. Michael Zoellner intricately adjusted the file specifications to get the model just right: “I even tried to visualize PSR B1919+21’s waveforms, but in the end I spent an evening tracing the waves by […]

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