Author Topic: Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me selected as one of the most iconic album artworks ever  (Read 383 times)

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Vote here:

https://www.artvinyl.com/best-record-cover-design-competition/
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My vote went to The Cure, Primal Scream and Kraftwerk.
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Oo0o0o Glasgow central  :smirk: demands a wee look
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The general public will be able to visit the exhibition for free at the following Network Rail stations:

London Waterloo Station: 8th – 21st October
Manchester Piccadilly Station: 22nd October – 5th November
Glasgow Central Station: 6th November – 19th November

Andrew Heeps, founder of Best Art Vinyl, expands on the locations stating that “this is a very public exhibition honouring the visual expression and identity of the music contained within the album sleeve. It allows commuters and passers-by to experience the magic of cover art which they may already own or can afford to own themselves”.

https://www.bpi.co.uk/news-analysis/most-iconic-70-album-artworks-of-all-time-revealed-for-national-album-day/
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