You can't predict when genius will strike. It could be on the bus. It could be at the gym. It could be in the British Library. It could be at CERN. It could also be while looking at a sock drawer, as photographer Thom Moore found out.

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Moore recently started a Tumblr with photos of famous album covers, recreated with his socks. It is called, imaginatively, The Sock Covers. And it's amazing. We'll let the pictures speak for themselves.

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(Primal Scream 'Screamadelica')

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Using the cleanest pair of socks in the office, here's my best effort:

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(The Beatles 'Abbey Road')

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(via @fauxdiddley

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(via @benmansfield)

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(Muse, 'The Resistance', via @bensby)

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via (@charlienock- Pink Floyd 'Dark Side of the Moon')

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(via @elliotbarron - Arctic Monkeys 'Suck It And See')

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(via @rara_ramone - Hard-Fi 'Stars of CCTV')

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(via @maxphythian- The Courteeners 'St Jude')

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(via @staff_savage- Arctic Monkeys 'Whatever People Say I Am...')

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(via @emelieto- Keane 'Under the Iron Sea')

Can you do any better? Let us know on Twitter, using the hashtag #thesockcovers.

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