How did I manage to miss the record-to-face-selfie, aka sleevefacing, phenomenon? The term was first coined in 2007 by Welsh DJ Carl Morris after pictures were taken of him holding record sleeves to his faces. An official Sleeveface blog followed in 2008 and the rest is hours of entertainment history. These are some of my favorites . . .
Hahahah I’m so in love with all of them!!!
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I didn’t even know that there was a name to this! LOVE it: sleevefacing. And you’re right, it’s hours of amusing brainless entertainment. Ii’m seeing them pop up on instagram lately! Love this post!
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We love sleevefacing so much that we created an app for when we’re out with friends and our vinyl is all at home. We duplicated the experience as close as possible to the real thing. You still have to move, and rotate the artwork and even resize it (to match the moving of the album cover forward or backward). The only thing missing is the hand holding the record. Beware…it’s addicting! You can check it out here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sleevefacer/id471522760?mt=8
This is pretty awesome. I love when people do this with old family photographs as well.
How cool! I’m going to get a couple of friends together and try this.
Fab, I want to do this!
Hay algunos geniales, me encantan este tipo de cosas, me parece increíble lo bien que encajan algunos
amazing shoots, they are really cool
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Haha this is a great idea for some fun photos. Love.
This is such a brilliant photo technique.
This is so cool!
I love them all!
I always loved seeing these doing the rounds. I don’t recognise some of these though, they work so well don’t they, they do make me giggle! Nikki