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The Dark Side Of The Covers
Classic Album Covers shot in reverse. 
by Harvezt
via booooooom

The Dark Side Of The Covers

Classic Album Covers shot in reverse. 

by Harvezt

via booooooom

Where’s Ringo?: The Story of The Beatles in 20 Visual Puzzles [Hardcover]
Ringo has got lost! You must find him.
An album-sized hide-and-seek seek caper through the story of the Beatles. 
It’s due for publication on 4th September 2014, but you can pre-order now, with the book priced at £9.99.
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Where’s Ringo?: The Story of The Beatles in 20 Visual Puzzles [Hardcover]

Ringo has got lost! You must find him.

An album-sized hide-and-seek seek caper through the story of the Beatles. 

It’s due for publication on 4th September 2014, but you can pre-order now, with the book priced at £9.99.

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Paul McCartney’s 1960 Letter To Audition A Drummer For The Beatles Trip To Hamburg
LETTERS of note: Paul McCartney wrote this letter in 1960 to hire a possible drummer for the Beatles for the band’s trip to Hamburg. 

Paul McCartney’s 1960 Letter To Audition A Drummer For The Beatles Trip To Hamburg

LETTERS of note: Paul McCartney wrote this letter in 1960 to hire a possible drummer for the Beatles for the band’s trip to Hamburg. 

George Looking Shifty

George Looking Shifty

The Beatles Team With Vans For ‘Yellow Submarine’ Shoes

Each pair shows off psychedelic imagery from the animated film

Vans will be releasing its first-ever footwear collaboration with the Fab Four on March 1st. The collection, which contains four pieces, all feature artwork from the Yellow Submarine album and film and retail between $65 and $75.

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Reversed Music Icons Fandom Project By Butcher Billy

From the Website:

The story of band t-shirts started in the 60’s and 70’s when hard rock had its heyday. Die-hard fans, who religiously supported their favourite acts, showed it to the world by wearing the fittingly ugly merchandise.

 
That continued in the next decades spreading to all genres of pop music that could generate a fandom, and eventually even rockstars started using t-shirts featuring their own music heroes, proudly reverencing to the world the past influences to their creative process.
 
This is a series that reverses the natural course of pop culture hierarchy - the influencer will sport the shirt of the influenced - completely messing with space time continuum and raising the question:
 
Bands and musicians that became hugely influential in music history - would they, when alive or in an early stage of their careers, support the new acts that came decades after inspired by their own legacy?
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