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Albums redesigned as books

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For those who simply don't have patience for the written word, listening to an album can be as involving as sitting down and reading a book.

But still, actually holding a novel on the bus makes us feel genuinely respected while wearing headphones puts us into the yoof category and allows for the odd cursory glance from an OAP.

Witnessing this problem, designer See Gee came up with a selection of craty redesigns which turn famous records into book covers.

You can get yourself a copy of them all here.

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