Illustrator Jack Hudson has teamed up with 3D image-making duo Lord Whitney, who we featured in Issue 4 of Hunger, to produce a body of work inspired by the most vibrant, iconic, and downright weird record covers in history. Jack and Lord Whitney have created an entire back catalogue of LP cover designs for a series of fictitious musical artists.

This exhibition will launch you into a sonic time warp where only the best bits from an era rich in music and visuals are permitted. Doves will cry. Hair will spontaneously perm. This feast for the senses will be equally delicious to eyes and ears, with established musical artists penning original songs inspired by these outré artworks.

Due to the success of the exhibition Jack Hudson and Lord Whitney are now looking to bring the entire show to London and are commissioning another 10 talented musicians to produce songs for Volume 2. Watch this space.

Mock ‘n’ Roll runs at Leeds Gallery until 7th May

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Get To Know: Kyle Platts

Published on 27 November 2014

Illustrator Kyle Platts tells us why the school system needs updating and why Ren and Stimpy loosing their shit was the key to his inspiration.

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Watching the week

Published on 23 November 2014

We premiere Sunless 97′s collaboration with visual artist Daniel Swan, and then offer you a stellar cast of trailers, music videos and a return of some classic Jimmy Kimmel.