In the 1950s, at the dawn of rock ’n’ roll and the apex of hipster jazz music, album covers were functional and intended as a pure marketing tool. To wit,
A light-hearted post ‘celebrating’ the album covers which for some reason were set in the lavatory! Check ’em out!! MILLIE JACKSON – BACK TO THE S__T!
The album cover is a lost art now. In this feature, we celebrate some of our favourites (and the people behind them) over the course of rock history.
A PoP feature where we examine the influence on ART on rock and pop music, in particular album covers. Today we look at Pop-art, a movement that began in UK and the USA in the 50s. The dominant figure in this ‘genre’ is probably one of the most influential artists Continue Reading