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The Dark Side of the Moon cover: the string version

Seen on Flickr: a re-imagining of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album cover art, literally strung together with white thread replacing white light and going through the eye of a needle to emerge as colourful threads of rainbow. Created by Aldo Benedetti Cavini, an electrical engineer from Florence, Italy, this is giving us ideas about stitching up all our album covers using our underutlised sewing kit.

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