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Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan Graphic designers will immediately recognize these little squares that represent Pantone swatches. British artist David Marsh took these functional little squares and turned them into something completely new - classic album art from 1960’s through today. To create these seemingly abstract scenes, he uses 1,369 coloured Pantone squares Marsh says, “These latest works combine two ‘big likes’ for me—Pantone swatches and record cover art. Up close they resemble a random mix of pantone swatch icons. Stand back, however, and your image-memory takes over and interprets an iconic album cover.” Credit David Marsh/WENN This is a PR photo. WENN does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright or License in the attached material. Fees charged by WENN are for WENN's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License in the material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify and to hold WENN and its directors, shareholders and employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), or any causes of action or allegation against WENN arising out of or connected in any way with publication of the material. Supplied by WENN.com
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