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We turned your favourite album artworks into football shirts

World Cup fever struck us down, too

  • Words: Dave Turner | Illustrations: Lawrence Abbott
  • 13 July 2018

We're not sure if you've heard, but there's been the small matter of the World Cup going on for the last month.

Don't worry, we haven't turned into FourFourTwo magazine or anything. It's just that football and culture fit like a goalie glove on a hand, as you may have already noticed through collaborations like Patta x Umbro.

You know we love to transform some music gems into various things here at Mixmag, so as football's most prestigious tournament comes to end, we thought we'd turn some album artworks into football shirts.

We've got fairly recent albums from Bicep and Arca to classics like Donna Summer's 'I Remember Yesterday' and New Order's 'Power, Corruption & Lies'.

Check out the strips below.

Brian Eno 'Ambient 1: Music For Airports' (Polydor Records)

Arca 'Arca' (XL Recordings)

Bicep 'Bicep' (Ninja Tune)

Björk 'Homogenic' (One Little Indian)

Donna Summer 'I Remember Yesterday' (Casablanca)

Ikonika 'Aerotropolis' (Hyperdub)

M.I.A 'Arular' (Interscope Records)

New Order 'Power, Corruption & Lies' (Qwest Records)

Radiohead 'Kid A' (Parlophone)

Underworld 'Dubnobasswithmyheadman' (Junior Boy's Own)

Ziúr 'U Feel Anything?' (Planet Mu)

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Digital News Editor, follow him on Twitter

Lawrence Abbott is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Instagram

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