Classic album covers as Penguin paperbacks

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Bjork's album 'Debut' (1993), reimagined as a dog-eared Penguin paperback novel. A variety of classic albums are being photoshopped in this way in Littlepix's 'Cover versions' group on website Flickr.com.

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Belle and Sebastian's 'Tigermilk' (1996) gets a reworking courtesy of Flickr.com's creative users. More images can be seen in Littlepix's 'Cover versions' collection on the image website. Keep clicking to see more album-sleeves-as-books...

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Au Revoir Simone, 'Still Night, Still Light' (2009)

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Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, '101 Damnations' (1992)

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Depeche Mode, 'Violator' (1990)

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Broadcast, 'The Noise Made by People' (2000)

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The Chemical Brothers, 'Dig Your Own Hole' (1997)

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DJ Shadow, 'Entroducing...' (1996)

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Joy Division, 'Unknown Pleasures' (1979)

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Lali Puna, 'Scary World Theory' (2001)

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New Fast Automatic Daffodils, 'Pigeonhole' (1990)

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Joseph Jackson, 'Look Sharp!' (2001)

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Mike Oldfield, 'Queen Elizabeth the Second' (1980)

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Modeselecktor, 'Hello Mother' (2005)

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Richard Johnson/NME
New Order, 'Technique' (1989)

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Phil Collins, 'No Jacket Required' (1984)

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Mick Rock
Richie Hawtin, 'Dimension Intrusion' (1993)

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Saint Etienne, 'Finisterre' (2002)

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Serge Gainsbourg, 'Histoire de Melody Nelson' (1971)

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Simple Minds, 'Sparkle in the Rain' (1984)

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The Shamen, 'Phorward' (1989)

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Stereolab, 'Dots and Loops' (1997)

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The Stone Roses, 'The Stone Roses' (1989)

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KLF, 'The White Room' (1991)

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Underworld, 'Dub No Bass With My Head Man' (1994)

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The Wonder Stuff, 'Hup!' (1989)

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Spacemen 3, 'Recurring' (1991)

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The Wedding Present, 'Bizarro' (1989)

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The Strokes, 'Is This It' (2001)

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Pixies, 'Surfer Rosa' (1988)

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ZZ Top, 'Eliminator' (1983)
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