Capa de “ARTPOP” da Lady Gaga e outras artes de álbuns “inesquecíveis” listadas pela CNN

O álbum “ARTPOP” de Lady Gaga pode ter sido incompreendido no seu sentido de obra, e a divulgação ter sido bastante confusa graças a problemas de relação da cantora com sua gravadora, porém, o trabalho ainda é bastante lembrado, principalmente por sua estética.

A CNN Style, parte integrante do site da CNN, renomada emissora norte-americana, listou nesta quinta-feira (27) capas de álbuns “inesquecíveis” criadas por artistas plásticos para renomados artistas do entretenimento.

“ARTPOP” teve boa parte do seu processo criativo visual idealizado pela obra de Jeff Koons, que criou a estátua presente na capa do disco.

Álbuns de Kanye West, John Lennon e Patti Smith, por exemplo, são mais alguns destaques.

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Jeff Koon's eye-catching cover sees Lady Gaga transformed into a modern Venus, carefully covered by one of the artist's signature <a href="http://www.jeffkoons.com/artwork/gazing-ball-paintings/gazing-ball-da-vinci-mona-lisa"  balls</a>.

Jeff Koons: Lady Gaga – “ARTPOP” (2013)

Patti Smith lovingly detailed her longtime relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in her 2010 memoir, <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Just-Kids-Patti-Smith/dp/0060936223"  Kids."</a> Smith was Mapplethorpe's most photographed subject (excluding himself).

Robert Mapplethorpe: Patti Smith – “Horses” (1975)

<a href="http://www.warhol.org/"  Warhol</a>'s banana-sticker cover for The Velvet Underground and Nico is one of the most enduring images of '60s rock 'n' roll. (Underneath the banana peel is a pink banana.)

Andy Warhol: The Velvet Underground – “The Velvet Undreground And Nico” (1967)

<a href="http://english.kaikaikiki.co.jp/artists/list/C4/"  Murakami</a> art directed the covers for "Graduation" and its five singles. He also directed an animated three-minute video for the track "Good Morning."

Takashi Murakami: Kanye West – “Graduation” (2007)

Motivated by a desire to extend his reach as far as possible, <a href="http://www.haring.com/"  Haring</a> painted a number of album covers for international stars like David Bowie and Run--D.M.C., as well as lesser-known acts like the rap duo Emanon.

Keith Haring: Emanon – “The Baby Beat Box” (1986)

Swiss jazz trio Day & Taxi chose this photo from a series by <a href="https://www.instagram.com/aiww/?hl=en" target="_blank">Ai Weiwei</a> documenting urban development in Beijing. Ai has himself released music, including a heavy metal album and a parody of the K-pop hit <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4LAefTzSwWY"  Style."</a>

Ai Weiewi: Day & Taxi – “Live In Schenzhen, Shangai And Taipei” (2005)

In 2003, photographer <a href="http://edition.cnn.com/2017/02/17/arts/wolfgang-tillmans-2017-tate-modern/index.html">Wolfgang Tillmans</a> became the first non-Brit to win the prestigious <a href="http://www.tate.org.uk/turner-prize/about"  Prize</a>. The photo used by Tiga was from a series of flower still-lifes taken that same year.

Wolfgang Tillmans: Tiga – “3 Weeks” (2006)

San Francisco-based trio Deerhoof have said that <a href="http://edition.cnn.com/2016/10/18/arts/david-shrigley-style-show/">David Shrigley</a>'s work has influenced their songwriting. The artist provided 12 paintings to be used as album covers for "Friend Opportunity."

David Shrigley: Deerhoof – “Freind Opportunity” (2006)

Sonic Youth licensed <a href="http://edition.cnn.com/2014/10/16/world/gerhard-richter-most-expensive-painter/index.html">Gerhard Richter</a>'s "Kerze" (1983) for their last album before signing to a major label. The painting itself sold for $16.6 million in 2011.

Gerard Richter: Sonic Youth – “Daydream Nation” (1988)

The artwork selected for the cover of "Salt" (2004) exemplifies <a href="https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=http://www.portalfamosos.com.br/capa-de-artpop-da-lady-gaga-e-outras-artes-de-albuns-inesqueciveis-listadas-pela-cnn/s&source=web&cd=5&cad=rja&uact=8&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwjlwpyR-rLTAhXNaFAKHeyjCxIQFgg8MAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.victoria-miro.com%2Fartists%2F42-kara-walker%2F&usg=AFQjCNHVazus6smGHbxgSxA0oNCEHtgaAw&sig2=BtcZpuC8HFQvSXD1eQcX6Q"  Walker</a>'s practice, which primarily focuses on the shocking violence of slavery and how similar modes of social domination and injustice persist today.

Kara Walker: Arto Lindsay – “Salt” (2004)

<a href="https://www.amazon.com/Art-Record-Covers-Francesco-Spampinato/dp/3836540290"  Record Covers" </a>by Francesco Spampinato, published by Taschen, is out now.

Andy Warhol: John Lennon – “Menlove Ave.” (1986)

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