Record Store Day by Natalie Sharp Pays Homage to the Era of Vinyl

By: Meghan Young - Published: Apr 24, 2014 • References: nataliesharp & neatorama
No one can dispute the love makeup artist and skin decorator Natalie Sharp has for the world of music after stumbling across her Record Store Day series. She has put her expansive face painting skills to work by recreating famous album covers on her face. For those not in the know, April 19 happened to be Record Store Day, which she pays tribute to in a unique way.

Based in London, England, Sharp relies on people's own knowledge of such album covers in order for them to be recognized. Many of the depictions are devoid of words that would give them away. In total, the Record Store Day face paint series is comprised of eight different artworks. Stats for Album Cover Facepaintings Trending: Older & Average
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