I have a massive collection of LEGOs. I haven’t played with them in a few decades but they are stored safely in a huge box. I can’t help myself from walking into the LEGO stores in the various malls that have popped up in the NY area. I want a LEGO USB drive. Got the picture? So yeah LEGO album covers are awesome. Check out the Flickr Group: here
“The members of the LEGO Album Covers group have been recreating classic albums of Flickr for years. Today we bring you a selection but there are lots more wonderful interpretations in the group. Most of the photos include a link to an image of the album it pays tribute to so you can click through to compare.” – blog.flickr.net
photo credit: -lokosuperfluoLEGOman-
Every musician is going to need to make his own album covers. If you can afford it Photoshop is the best tool for the job. There are some inexpensive alternatives such as Pixelmator but when it comes to pixel pushing Adobe’s code is king. Some of the new features in CS5 are like magic. Just take a look at “Content Aware Fill” in the video above. How the hell do they do that?
For more info: adobe.com
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