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Classic records lost in time and format, re-emerged as Pelican books. Just for fun.

http://www.flickr.co...57594269138651/

My favourite - Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures

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Classic records lost in time and format, re-emerged as Pelican books. Just for fun.

http://www.flickr.co...57594269138651/

My favourite - Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures


Ok, I don't get it. Help?
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Classic records lost in time and format, re-emerged as Pelican books. Just for fun.

http://www.flickr.co...57594269138651/

My favourite - Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures


Ok, I don't get it. Help?


Take an LP record cover (say, QE2 cover images), and reformat it into the look and feel of a well-worn book cover published by Pelican in the roughly the 1960s, including full and formal name of artist and album. The result: this.

Fun, and clever.

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