Homemade Record Sleeves presents an extensive collection of vinyl record sleeves that have been customised, reworked and even defaced by unknown ‘artists’.
Using the original cover as a support or source of inspiration, these intimate, amateur works represent a marginal, overlooked experience in the history of iconography and pop music. The book examines a wide range of musical genres with numerous and unexpected graphic design inputs: from faint or unfinished scribbles to roughly redacted sections, executed with varying degrees of ‘artistic intentionality’ oscillating between creation and iconoclasm, encompassing attachments, outbursts, deletions, enlightenment, personal messages, declarations of love or rejection and more.
Homemade Record Sleeves is written and compiled by theatre, dance and music programmer Patrice Caillet and sound designer Alan Courtis.
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