The British artist David Marsh has devised a clever way to combine his two favorite things—Adobe design software Pantone color swatches and album cover art—with a nod to Pointillism. Each finished piece uses 1,369 Pantone swatches to recreate a pixelated version of some of the most famous album artwork of the past half-century.
Roxy Music: "Country Life" (1974)
Nirvana: "Nevermind" (1991)
Pink Floyd: "Dark Side of the Moon" (1973)
Patti Smith: "Horse" (1975)
David Bowie: "Hunky Dory" (1971)
The Beatles: "With the Beatles" (1963)