Wu-Tang Blue Note Covers

You don’t have to know much about Jazz to know that Blue Note has created some of the best design work and photography that music has ever seen. On the flip side, if you followed Hip Hop during any stretch after 1993, you know about the gritty, rugged sound that Wu-Tang has had in the game. In this brilliant conceptual idea, designer Logan Walters does a Blue Note interpretation of classic Wu-Tang albums revised as Blue Note covers. This project was released a while ago, but this perfect combination of Hip Hop, Jazz, and Design needs to be noted on this blog.

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This is the hottest concept since the flat iron! True are…nice post.

posted by Roz Doyle on 02.26.11 at 7:14 pm


posted by Roz Doyle on 02.26.11 at 7:14 pm


posted by Alistair on 04.28.11 at 4:59 am

[…] These are awesome. Wu-Tang album covers reinvented in the style of jazz label extraordinaire, ¬†Blue Note. The designer¬†Logan Walters is the brains behind the project, which actually surfaced a while ago, but I’m obviously a bit slow on the uptake. I’ve posted a few of the pieces below, but if you want to check out the whole series, get over to the Roy Ayers Project. […]

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