Classic Album Covers in Google Street

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Halley Docherty mixes brilliantly the city with art. In this series, she puts cult albums covers in their real places on Google Street. A mixing which plays with urbanism, music and the digital culture.
(What’s the Story) Morning Glory — Oasis

(What’s the Story) Morning Glory — Oasis

Abbey Road — The Beatles

Abbey Road — The Beatles

Moving Pictures — Rush

Moving Pictures — Rush

Original Pirate Material — The Streets

Original Pirate Material — The Streets

Late for the Sky — Jackson Browne

Late for the Sky — Jackson Browne

 The Marshall Mathers LP — Eminem

The Marshall Mathers LP — Eminem

Willy and the Poor Boys — Creedence Clearwater Revival

Willy and the Poor Boys — Creedence Clearwater Revival

Paul’s Boutique — The Beastie Boys

Paul’s Boutique — The Beastie Boys

Animals — Pink Floyd

Animals — Pink Floyd

Physical Graffiti — Led Zeppelin

Physical Graffiti — Led Zeppelin

Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea — PJ Harvey

Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea — PJ Harvey

The Freewheelin’ — Bob Dylan

The Freewheelin’ — Bob Dylan

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