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The best artwork of 2017 so far

A storm-chasing death cult, origami elephant, chrome handshake, money-spewing bucket hat and more

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 7 July 2017

It’s been a cracking year for music so far, and some beautiful covers have accompanied the impressive sounds that have hit record shelves across the world.

At this halfway stage in the year we’re feeling nostalgic for year’s finest offering, so we’ve compiled our favourites into a gallery.

Featured designs include Laksa’s swegwaying Ilian Tape ambassador, Bjarki’s gun-toting half-human-half-cartoon, Bonobo’s desert bonfire, Bandshell’s P45 print, Goldie’s career-spanning collage, J Hus’ bank note-ejecting bucket hat, Pearson Sound’s technicolour butterfly wing, Hodge & Peder Mannerfelt’s starry-eyed bunny rabbit, and plenty more.

Check them out in the gallery above.

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Staff Writer, follow him onTwitter

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