10. By Look See Land for The Days by Fluent
We kick off with art by the artist who completely dominates this list: Look See Land. This art is a surprisingly dark and horror movie-esque piece for Look See Land, but still among his most creative.
9. By Look See Land for Earthshine/Allscience by Fluent
This piece features two of Look See Land’s most prominent themes; water and space. The blending of these two elements and text placement makes for some unique and intriguing album art.
8. By Unknown for Svara by The 6th Degree
One of only two non-LSL entrants, this album art is as pretty as it is intriguing. The face in the centre is similar to the drawings used be primitive tribes and contrasts well with the spacey backdrop.
7. By Look See Land for Contiguous Ambiguous by Two Years Before
This art gives seemingly just as much away about the album’s content as its name does, which is exactly why it’s such a perfect fit.
6. By Flynnja for The journey of Kermode the Ferocious by Flynnja
This album art may be a little sore on the eyes after a while, but at least it’s not as sore as being attacked by a bear. Oh yeah, there’s a big ass bear on it. Enough said.
5. By Look See Land for Fck Strtgy by Prjkt Mngr
This album art mixes a plain minimalist layout with overlapped and brightly coloured imagery in the middle to great effect. Containing the colour within such a small part of the cover makes it that much more impactful.
4. By Look See Land for The Cassette EP by Cassette
Another example of how a complex centrepiece should be presented without being over edited or having too much in the background to take away from it. The logo in the middle was drawn by Cassette’s guitarist Stephen, but was brought to life in this EP cover by Look See Land and his seemingly endless talent for creating great art to accompany music.
3. By Look See Land for Echoes by Look See Land
One of Look See Land’s earliest Album arts, but still one of his best. The cover features one of LSL’s old favourite topics for art; trees.
2. By Look See Land for Mixtape 2 by A-5tar
The appropriately placed Mixtape 2 cover is essentially a mixtape for the eyes, mashing up art used by the musicians on the release while still creating something fresh, new and interesting.
1. By Look See Land for One by Look See Land
Another coincidental yet fitting placement of a piece. As with most of LSL’s album art, most people would happily have it hung up on their wall somewhere regardless of their musical tastes. This is the type of cover that even in an endless sea of CDs upon CDs, it would still draw you over in a music shop to check it out. Exactly the purpose of a good album cover.