Posted by specialK August 31, 2012

As long as vinyl records are around they will continue to be a source of inspiration. Basically, the idea behind Sleeveface is to incorporate one or more record sleeves into photographs. More often than not, the results are awesome. Sleeveface have released a best-of book titled 'Sleeveface Be The Vinyl.' So, what's in your record collection?

You can find more of these fun & creative photos at Sleeveface. [Via]

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