Sound Design: What makes an album cover immortal? Five contemporary illustrators weigh in

It’s a sensation familiar to many jazz fans: An album catches your eye from a record store window, or from a crate at a yard sale, or from the bookshelf of a music-loving friend. It’s almost magic, the way it invites you in and beckons to be played before you’ve heard a single note. If

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