Spend enough time with dudes wearing plaid and eventually you’ll meet a graphic designer. Inevitably, said graphic designer (plaid-clad or not) will introduce you to Pantone swatches if you don’t already know what they are. Think of them like the designer equivalent of those little paint sheets you get from Home Depot when your better half is deciding what color you’re repainting the room. But we digress. British artist David Marsh has combined two of his (and our) favorite things: Pantone swatches and classic record covers. 1,369 solid color Pantone swatches come together on the digital canvas to create awesome abstract reproductions of recognizable album covers.