Social Distancing Reimagined
How would classic album covers look given today’s two metre rule?
LA based design agency, Activista’s, new campaign sees artists ranging from The Beatles to Blondie sticking to the medically advised two meter distance rule to help limit the spread of COVID-19 via a number of clever design tweaks.
Social distancing is fast becoming the new norm for many of us as the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold. Activista is putting a pop culture spin on the latest guidance in its new campaign, 6 Feet Album Covers, a website dedicated to famous album covers that employ a bit of graphic design trickery to emphasise the importance of social distancing to help stem the spread of the virus.
The reworked covers include a new version of The Beatles’ Abbey Road, where John, Ringo, Paul and George are shown keeping a more conservative distance from each other, and a particularly inspired redesign of N.W.A.’s 1988 album Straight Outta Compton, where all of the band members apart from Eazy-E are safely tucked away in separate rooms leaning out of the windows.
As self isolation continues to bite, why not give Alexa a rest and turn off Spotify for the afternoon and see how many of these great albums you have in your record collection?
[thanks to Creative Review]
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