35 Wonderful Magazine Sleevefaces Illusion

Monday, May 7, 2012
Over a hundred years ago our ancestors listened to "records" on "phonographs". These primitive audio devices used vinyl discs to store music information as scratches. One of the more peculiar features of the "record" was the "sleeve" it came in. Adorned with fine art, the "sleeve" was presumably used to trick a person into buying a scratched piece of plastic. Modern archeologists have begun reconstructing scenes from "record sleeves" in order to learn more about ancient cultures. Here is there painstaking work: Sleevefaces.