a selection of SUPREME album covers with an interesting use of typography

First up:

MIA - Kala

Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes

Rilo Kiley - Under The Blacklight

(This one makes me laugh)
DJ Shadow - The Outsider

Arcade Fire - Arcade Fire EP

Arcade Fire - Funeral

Rufus Wainwright's Want album in it's original respective halves.
Note how both knight and maiden are played by the flamboyant artist

Rufus Wainwright - Want One

I like the way the theme is continued with both albums.
Rufus Wainwright - Want Two

Norma Jean - O God, The Aftermath

Spank Rock - YoYoYoYoYo

Blood, Sweat & Tears - Greatest Hits
(No, I haven't heard of them either.
The cover though, is slightly reminiscent

of the
Cormac McCarthy Picador covers)

Blindside - Blindside
(Imaginative title, no?)

(Yes, she did some more songs other than that one)
I love the way you first think the words and image are completely different.
But, on closer inspection, you can see that the designer has worked into
the photo with the same scribbley quality as the writing. Subtle and awesome.

Vanessa Carlton - Harmonium

Acrylics - Sparrow Song

No Doubt - Rock Steady

Variations on a Hanne:
Two versions of the cover for
her first album, Little Things.

Two dramatically different versions of the
cover for her second album, Rykestrausse 68.

Have I missed out any of your favorites? Comment below and let me know!

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