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October 16, 2019

Russian Music Fan Photoshops Himself Into Classic Album Covers

Have you ever wondered what is happening outside the frames of famous music album covers? This young Russian artist revealed its secrets, in his own creative way...

Igor Lipchanskiy is a Russian Photoshop wizard who, with his amazing technical skills and with the help of his creative mind, transforms famous album covers into something totally different. He expands the covers out to see what really happens in the parts that are cropped out.
“I live in cold Russia. In between dismantling of an AK-47 assault rifle and training of the home bear, I like to listen to music and when I peer into the cover of the album I find a place for myself there. I have decided to make a small selection of interesting covers and show what might be off-screen if I were there.”
Lipchanskiy photoshops himself into the frame while doing anything that would make the musicians on the album covers happy, completing the picture fully.

Check out the hilarious cover versions below.

Simon and Garfunkel – Bookends (1968)

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969)

Funkadelic – Maggot Brain (1971)

Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run (1975)

Ramones – Ramones (1976)

Iggy Pop – The Idiot (1977)

David Bowie – Heroes (1977)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Damn the Torpedoes (1979)

Prince – Prince (1979)

Michael Jackson – Off the Wall (1979)

AC/DC – Highway to Hell (1979)

John Lennon – Double Fantasy (1980)

Madonna – Madonna (1983)

Queen – The Works (1984)

The Doors – The Best of The Doors (1985)

Grace Jones – Island Life (1985)

Huey Lewis and the News – Fore! (1986)

U2 – The Joshua Tree (1987)

(via Tetty Betty)

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