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Pen & Pixel: Doin’ Thangs

Posted by Gabe Meline on Feb 25, 2009 | Comments (2)

This is good for a million laughs: The glory days of ridiculous rap album cover art, recounted in Legacy Document’s look back at the finer moments of Pen & Pixel.

Pen & Pixel was the graphic “design” outfit responsible for the most preposterous Photoshop jobs in the history of the music industry, most notably on CD art by Mystikal and and the rest of the No Limit label. As previously discussed, I’m a huge fan of Master P’s Ghetto Postage, but Aesop over at Legacy Document has unearthed some true gems of absurdity.

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  1. Shawn Brauch
    February 25, 2009

    That was a super custom CD cover with almost 3 Days of work in it.
    One of our best in concept and execution.
    SB

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  2. Dean
    February 27, 2009

    As a graphic designer, I find the subtlety, grace and creativity of Pen & Pixel’s work to be an endless font of inspiration.

    Thanks Gabe!

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