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Andy Warhol

Carlos Chavez
"A Program Of Mexican Music"
George Gershwin
"Rhapsody In Blue"
Count Basie
"Count Basie"
Johnson, Winding, Green
"Trombone By Three"
Johnny Griffin
"The Congregation"
Artie Shaw
"Both Feet In The Groove"
Kenny Burrell
"Blue Note 1543"
Kenny Burrell
"Blue Lights Vol. 1"
Kenny Burrell
"Blue Lights Vol. 1 and 2"
Velvet Underground
"Velvet Underground"
Velvet Underground
"Velvet underground feat. Nico"
Diana Ross
Aretha Franklin
Rolling Stones
"Love You Life"
Paul Anka
"The Painter"
Rolling Stones
"Emotional Tattoo"
"High Priority"
Liza Minelli
"Live At Carnegie Hall"
The Darling Buds
"It's All Up To You"
"Arab Spring"
"Greatest Hits"

Roy Lichtenstein / Roy Lichtenstein Inspired

"Power Dance"
UK Subs
"Yellow Leader"
The Weathermen
"Bang Bang"
The Times
"Pop Goes Art"
Led Zepplin
"Gettin' The Led Out"
"Power Poppers Vol. 1"
"Bubblegum Is back"
Bobby "O"
"I Cry For You"
"Druha Doba ?!"
The Fratellis
"We Need Medicine"

Robert Indiana

Virgil Thomson
"The Mother Of Us All"

Robert Rauschenberg

Talking Heads
"Speaking In Tongues"

Keith Haring

"A Very Special Christmas"
Larry Levan
"The Final Nights Of Paradise"
NYC Peech Boys
"Life Is Something Special"
"Someone Like You"
"Red Hot Dance"
Members Of The House
"These Are My People"
Dog Eat Dog
"Dog Eat Dog"
"The Remixes 2006"
"Take My Illusion"
Elton John
"Are You Ready For Love"
Malcolm McLaren
"Would Ya Like More Scratchin'"

Augustine Kofie

Born and based in Los Angeles and active in the Southern California graffiti scene since the early nineties, multimedia artist Augustine Kofie (*1973) works in painting, collage and mural interventions. Kofie’s fine art practice draws together the languages of graffiti’s deconstructive lettering, mechanical drafting, modern architecture, and plunderphonics, creating a unique take on constructivist abstraction, or as the artists refers to as ‘Vintage Futurism.’

The Rammellzee
"My Schoolbag"


Celebrated British graffiti legend sheOne is recognized as one of the first artist in his country who used spray paint only to produce his graffiti works. sheOne creates abstract expressive pieces that often utilize the surface on which they are painted like the crumbling stone or the peeling paint on the wall. Bold, conspicuous strokes and splashes of color map out the unique visual landscape wonderfully envisioned and executed to detail. Though working with a vivid palette, black remains the most important color in sheOne's work as the artist uses black to emphasize the details in his artworks and lifts them off the surfaces thus making them even more conspicuous.

The Rammellzee

Ian Kualii

Ian Kualii is a multi-disciplinary artist born in Orange County California, raised in Maui, Hawaii and currently residing in the Berkeley, California. Interested and involved with art from an early age, it was growing up through the cultural revolution of Hip Hop in the 80s/90s that heavily influenced the style and subject matter he initially chose to explore as an artist. Self-education coupled with a 7 year apprenticeship with the legendary artist Doze Green helped him develop the unique process and voice he is recognized for today.

The Rammellzee

Boris "Delta" Tellegen

Delta, born Boris Tellegen, began as a Graffiti artist in the 1980s. After studying industrial design engineering at the Delft University of Technology in the early 1990s, Delta began creating mixed-media sculptures, collages, and installations. The influence of architecture and design is apparent in his work in all media, with his focus on depth and creating a sense of three-dimensionality on a flat surface. He lives and works in Amsterdam

The Rammellzee

Street Monster

Rage Against The Machine
"The Battle of Los Angeles"


Les Toits Du Palace
"La Souris Delinguee"

Mr. Brainwash


Yayoi Kusama

Towa Tei


"We Love You So Love Us"
Dirty Funker
"Flat Beat"
Roots Manuva
"Yellow Submarine"
Dirty Funker
"Think Tank"

Jean-Michel Basquiat

The Rammellzee + K-Rob
"Beat Bob"


Blink 182
Blink 182
"California 2 LP Album"

Shepard Fairey

Stone Temple Pilots
"Stone Temple Pilots"
"Honor The Treaties"
"The Coast Is Never Clear"

Julian Opie

Simply Red
"The Right Thing"
Simply Red
"The Right Thing Picture Disc"

Doze Green

Rock Steady Crew
"Outer Perimeter"
"Deep Concentration"
"Deeper Concentration"
New Sector Movements
"Download This"
New Sector Movements
"No Tricks"

The Rammellzee
"Fight My Fire"
Mass Influence
"The Science"
"Crown of Thornes"


Seth Jabour
"Bast Deluxx Fluxx 1A"
Seth Jabour
"Bast Deluxx Fluxx 1B"
Seth Jabour
"Bast Deluxx Fluxx 2A"
Seth Jabour
"Bast Deluxx Fluxx 2B"
Seth Jabour
"Bast Deluxx Fluxx 3A"
Seth Jabour
"Bast Deluxx Fluxx 3B"


"Eye For An Eye"
"Psyence Fiction"
"Be There"
"The Time Has Come"
"Rabbit In Your Headlights"
The Rammellzee
"How's Your Girlfriends"

Peter Blake

Sir Peter Blake is one of the leading figures in the art world, often referred to as the Godfather of British Pop Art. Best known for the iconic album cover he produced for the Beatles 'Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band', Blake's work is inspired by his love affair with icons and the ephemera of popular culture.

"Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

Michael Cooper

Michael Cooper (1941-1973) was a British photographer who is remembered for his photographs of leading rock musicians of the 1960s and early 1970s, most notably the many photos he took of The Rolling Stones from 1963 to 1973. His best known work is the cover photography for the 1967 LP Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles. The "Welcome the Rolling Stones, Good Guys" sweatshirt worn by the "little girl" figure on the far right of the photo (actually a cloth figure of Shirley Temple) was provided by Cooper's young son Adam, the product of his marriage to Rose, his muse and model. Cooper also created the cover lenticular for the Rolling Stones 1967 LP Their Satanic Majesties Request. Cooper died by suicide in 1973, caught in a spiral of depression and heroin addiction.

Rolling Stones
"Their Satanic Majesties Request"

Tom Wilkes

Graphic designer Tom Wilkes created some of the most iconic and influential images in pop music history, masterminding covers for landmark recordings including the Rolling Stones' Beggars Banquet, Janis Joplin's Pearl, and Neil Young's Harvest. Born in Long Beach, CA, on July 30, 1939, Wilkes funded studies at Long Beach City College, UCLA, and the Art Center School in Los Angeles by painting elaborate illustrations on friends' cars. He initially entered advertising, and was running his own agency in 1967, the year he designed his first album covers, including the Rolling Stones' Flowers.


Lee Conklin

Lee Conklin is an artist best known for his psychedelic poster art of the late 1960s, and his iconic album cover for Santana's debut album. Conklin was born in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey in 1941 and graduated from Spring Valley High School in New York in 1959. He attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He worked as a cartoonist for the college newspaper. He served in the United States Army and was stationed in South Korea as a cook, where he painted murals on mess halls. He was discharged from the Army in May 1967. He moved to San Francisco began creating concert posters and record covers for the growing music scene from 1968 to 1970. He currently lives in Central California.


Klaus Voormann

Klaus Voormann (born 1938) is a German artist, musician, and record producer. Voormann was the bassist for Manfred Mann from 1966 to 1969, and performed as a session musician on a host of recordings, including "You're So Vain" by Carly Simon, Lou Reed's Transformer album, and on many recordings of the former members of the Beatles. Voormann's association with the Beatles dates back to their time in Hamburg in the early 1960s. He lived in the band's London flat with George Harrison and Ringo Starr after John Lennon and Paul McCartney moved out to live with their respective partners.

"Bee Gees 1st"

Heinz Edelmann

Heinz Edelmann (1934 – 2009) was a Czech-German illustrator and designer. His art direction and character designs for the Beatles' 1968 animated film Yellow Submarine brought him additional recognition around the world. Edelmann was born in Ustí nad Labem, Czechoslovakia. In 1946 his whole family - regardless of mixed ethnic roots - was expelled into Germany and they settled in its western part. From 1953 to 1958 studied printmaking at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf (Dusseldorf Arts Academy). He began his career as a freelance illustrator and designer for theatre posters and advertising in Germany.

"Yellow Submarine"

Gerald Coulson

Gerald Coulson is a British landscape painter, best known known for his detailed depictions of the English countryside, wildlife, and aviation scenes. Born in 1926 in Kenilworth, England, Coulson went on to study both art and aircraft engineering to become a pilot. Today, his work can be found in the collections of the Royal Air Force Museums in Hendon, the Cranwell and Staff College, and The National Railway Museum in New York. Coulson lives and works in Cambridgeshire, England.

Mike Oldfield
"Five Miles Out"

Emil Schult

After studying Sinology in Münster, Schult joined the Academy of Art in Düsseldorf in 1969 to study Fine Arts in the printmaking class of Dieter Roth, and later in the painting classes of Joseph Beuys and Gerhard Richter. In 1973, he finished his studies with the title of 'Meisterschüler' of Gerhard Richter. Both Joseph Beuys and Dieter Roth, as well as Roth's partner Dorothy Iannone, remained important for Schult's artistic development. In 1969, Schult lived in Reykjavik at Roth's studio-home. Schult has developed a vast body of work beginning with prints, drawings and artist's books that encompass philosophical writings, poems, comics, collages and drawings.


HR Giger

Unique among album cover designers, Hans Rudolf Giger (1940 - 2014), aka HR Giger won an Oscar for his "xenomorph" creature in Alien, and continued in the film business for more than four decades, including working for Ridley Scott's 2012 hit, Prometheus. Giger, who had studied architecture in Zurich, also designed video games and worked in interior design. The surrealist Swiss painter was in demand in the music business. Among his many triumphs was the 1973 cover for Emerson, Lake and Palmer's album Brain Salad Surgery, which keyboardist Keith Emerson said the band chose "because it pushed album cover art to its extreme". He also changed Debbie Harry's popular blonde girl image with his cover for KooKoo.

Debbie Harry
Emerson, Lake and Palmer
"Brain Salad Surgery"

Geoff Taylor

Geoff Taylor was born in Lancaster, England. Educated at Eckington Westfield School in Sheffield, followed by a 3 year Graphic design course at Chesterfield College of Art. After Five years or so of working in Advertising agencies in Nottingham, Geoff turned to Illustrations, and book Cover Art. Geoff was one of the original illustrators for the legendary Jeff Waynes Musical Version of The War of the Worlds album, a signed limited edition series of the four illustrations was printed, on licence from "Jeff Wayne Music".

Sound Track
"The War of the Worlds"

Terry Quirk

Terry Quirk is a freelance illustrator, writer, and sometimes poet. Born in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Terry Quirk has now been a member of the Ilford community in the UK for the past 40 years where he has become known locally for his work with schools and charities. He is widely known for creating the album artwork for The Zombies' Odessey and Oracle and Still Got That Hunger. The artwork is today instantly recognisable due to the spelling error which sees Odyssey spelt with a misplaced “e”. In fact, the sleeve is so far embedded into rock history that it can be seen in The British Music Experience exhibition at The O2 Arena.


Robert McCall

Robert McCall (1919 – 2010) was an illustrator for Life magazine in the 1960s, created promotional artwork for Stanley Kubrick's film 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) and Richard Fleischer's production Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) and worked as an artist for NASA, documenting the history of the Space Race. McCall was also production illustrator on Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) and Walt Disney's The Black Hole (1979).

Sound Track
"2001 - A Space Odyssey"


Alberto Vargas' name has become synonymous with pin-up girls, but in the early 1940s, he was just a guy hired by "Esquire" magazine to imitate departed star George Petty, who bolted over pay.

Bernadette Peters
"Now Playing"
The Cars
"Candy O"