Music's greatest records take on a new lease of life thanks to leading graffiti artist, Temper, who’s just launched his brand new Spring 2014 collection, which serves a sort of retrospective of the some of the most instantly recognizable album covers of the last century. Although less retrospective, more contempospective. If there was such a word (there isn’t! – Ed). As essentially the celebrated and much sought-after conceptual artist has brought his childhood memories right smack, bang up to date by affording his familiar B-Boys and girls free reign/artistic licence to roam across these urban and suburban LP sleevescapes.
Entitled, ‘Cover:Versions’, Temper’s brand new compositional collective is presented (across the board) as hand-signed giclee on paper pictorial affairs of the art, and are released as strictly limited edition pieces. Limited to a mere 195 editions as it happens, meaning that demand for this digital re-mastering of Cyndi Lauper, ‘Unusual Time’ won’t hang around on display for long, we can assure you. Which is why we urge all interested parties to register their, well, interest, ASAP.