Sleevefacers Become The Album Cover British DJ Carl Morris was just "horsing around," when he held up a Paul McCartney record to his face, grafting the famous Beatle's head to his body. Since then, the idea, dubbed "sleevefacing," has flourished into a new art trend, Web Site and book that includes pictures of people sleevefacing across the world.
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Sleevefacers Become The Album Cover

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Sleevefacers Become The Album Cover

Sleevefacers Become The Album Cover

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Want to contribute your very own Sleeveface? Click on the image above to send your sleeveface photos through our blog, Daydreaming. Jolie Myers/NPR hide caption

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