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Hipgnosis Designed Album Covers
Hipgnosis was the British design studio (1968-1983) behind some of the most innovative album covers in rock history. The studio's principal members were Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell. The designs from the studio were typically produced in photographic media, often in conjunction with graphic designers and illustrators. Examples of Hipgnosis covers include Peter Gabriel's second solo release, Alan Parson's "I Robot," 10CC's "Deceptive Bends" and Led Zeppelin's "Houses of the Holy."

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Hipgnosis Designed Album Covers
Hipgnosis was the British design studio (1968-1983) behind some of the most innovative album covers in rock history. The studio's principal members were Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell. The designs from the studio were typically produced in photographic media, often in conjunction with graphic designers and illustrators. Examples of Hipgnosis covers include classic Pink Floyd album covers from the 1970s.

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Hipgnosis Designed Album Covers
Hipgnosis was the British design studio (1968-1983) behind some of the most innovative album covers in rock history. The studio's principal members were Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell. The designs from the studio were typically produced in photographic media, often in conjunction with graphic designers and illustrators. Examples of Hipgnosis covers include Yes' 1978 "Tormato," the Scorpions' 1979 "Lovedrive," Rainbow's 1981 "Difficult to Cure" and Paul McCartney's 1982 "Tug of War."

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