Sounds in the 20s: Art From The Temple

From The Temple is an artist from Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands who draws awesome renditions of your favorite albums in a 1920’s Koko the Clown/Betty Boop art style. I wanted to share 4 pieces from his catalog that really caught my eye starting with “The College Dropout” which looked like a tarot card to me from first glance. Then we jump to J Cole’s “2014 Forest Hills Drive” with a very dope design that has Cole sitting on the albums name crafted to look like the roof. I really love how laid back these pieces all look from the color pallet to his art style. “Flower Bot” has to be my favorite for the small details such as every sunflower having an expression with some smiling while others just stare off in the distance; the colors are vibrant with tons of charm on that I wish I could cop this on a shirt. Last but certainly not least is “Malibu” by the talented Anderson.Paak which is a cloudy trip. I really love the look of this cover that was already wonderful but now in this 1920s style has a personality that really makes it feel otherworldly. I absolutely love From The Temple’s work and hope you do too, be sure to follow him for more!

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