Harvezt has been imagining what it looked like from the reverse side of many famous album covers, giving us a new angle on what was really going down during their creation. Was that really a hill on the cover of “The Yellow Submarine”? Was the baby on Nirvana’s “Nevermind” really just going for the bucks?
Before we were all downloading our music, album artwork played a significant role in the appreciation of each new record, tape or CD that hit the market. From iconic covers like Led Zeppelin IV to Rage Against the Machine’s “Evil Empire,” the now famous imagery is burned into our collective memory almost as well as the music itself. Now, with the help of Harvezt and the artist themed cues hidden in each of these images, we can explore a newly reimagined version of the past we enjoyed so much. See the whole collection here.