David Marsh is a British graphic designer that creates pantone-constructed series of classic album covers consisting of swatch grids developed through Adobe Illustrator. “The purpose of this series is my own exploration and development along with the satisfaction I have when I complete an image I like to experiment with image creation and will stumble onto a technique and develop that and then archive it and resurrect it when I have a  purpose for it. I will develop this idea into various new directions, the next being actually painting some of the covers that work best, hopefully on a very large scale or using collage to create the image. the options are endless and that excites me.” -David Marsh

Above: Nirvana: ‘Nevermind’ (1991)

David Bowie: ‘Hunky Dory’ (1971)
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Pink Floyd: ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ (1973)
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Roxy Music: ‘Country Life’ (1974)
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Left: New Order: ‘True Faith’ (1987) Right: The Smiths: ‘Shakespeare’s Sister’ (1985)
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Frank Zappa: ‘Weasels Ripped my Flesh’ (1970)
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Johnny Cash: ‘At Folsom Prison’ (1968)
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Patti Smith: ‘Horses’ (1975)
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