Some marvellous album covers of the 20th century made you feel like you were taking home your very own work of art. As much a part of the identity of a record as the sound, billions of music fans have derived the pleasure of aesthetic from album covers. Since collecting CDs has (for me and many others) replaced vinyl LPs, and subsequently digital-downloading replacing physical media collections for others, many with an eye and appreciation for the coupling of audio and visual aesthetic have taken it upon themselves to incorporate visual art and music utilizing imaging software, digital files, laser printers, and their imaginations! With smartphones proverbially velcroed to the palms of our hands and access to so much visual media (as well as the means to create our own), I'd argue that the tandem of music and artwork is more relevant today than it ever was. What has changed is that the concept has become more DIY than in the past.