greatalbumcovers

Great Album Covers provides a forum for everyone to learn about and enjoy record album art. The vinyl record album provided a format that allowed the album cover art to be enjoyed. Record Albums and the cover art are collectible pieces of music history. See cover art from artists such as the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, the Cream, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles Frank Sinatra and more. The album cover art is from many genres of musical, including rock and roll, jazz, country, R&B, Soul, heavy metal, classical, etc. There is also album cover art related to movies, television shows, comedy and more.

Great Album Cover Designers


Great album covers are created by great album cover designers.

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Below are some of the most famous and creative people involved in designing the beautiful cover art used on these great album covers.

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Storm Thorgerson a legend in Album Cover Design

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Alan Parson’s Try Anything Once album cover by legendary album cover designer Storm Thorgerson

Storm Thorgerson a legend in Album Cover Design. CLICK TO READ MORE

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Glen Wexler Brings Improbable Realities To The Album Cover

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Van Halen Balance album cover by Glen Wexler

Glen Wexler is a preeminent album cover artist famed in the music industry for his surrealistic photographs that make you look twice, and then look again. CLICK TO READ MORE

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Paul Raymond Gregory – Heavy Metal’s Lord Of the Rings

Molly Hatchet -  25 Year Anniversary Best of Re-Recorded   - album cover by Paul Raymond   Gregory

Paul Raymond Gregory, best known for his paintings based on his vision of the mythical world of JRR Tolkien’s book “The Lord of the Rings”, has done more than 30 album covers for well-known heavy metal rock bands such as Molly Hatchet, Saxon, Uriah Heep, Blind Guardian, Dio, Beholder, The Company of Snakes, Freedom Call, and Battalion. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon  - released 1973 Great Album Covers Greatest Album Covers of all time

Pink Floyd  –  The Dark Side of the Moon  -  1973  - Designed By Hipgnois

Hipgnois the Iconic Album Cover Design Group

This album cover art design group is famous for creating the album cover art on over 200 album covers for some of the world’s greatest rock and roll artists, including Pink Floyd; Led Zeppelin; AC/DC; the Moody Blues; Scorpions; Wings; Yes; Bad LightCompany; Black Sabbath; T-Rex; Genesis; the Hollies; Styx; Humble Pie; Emerson; Lake and Palmer; and Electric Orchestra. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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Alex Steinweiss The First Album Cover Designer and the Father of the Album Cover

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Alex Steinweiss – First Album Cover Designer and Father of the Record Album Cover

Alex Steinweiss, the first album cover designer and the father of the album cover, revolutionized how vinyl records were packaged and marketed to the public. His genre-defining work in the visual expression of music transformed both the graphic design and the record industries. Amazingly he did this as a 23 year old graphic designer working as the Art Director at Columbia Records. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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