Okay you Knights and Ladiezzz..there is a new craze in town... especially for those who bought their music on Vinyl, and now have plenty of time on their hands now the kids have left home....
Ever fancied being Paul McCartney’s body double or seeing how Barbra Streisand’s head would look on your body? Well, here’s your chance.
The concept couldn’t be simpler. Put a record sleeve or CD case in front of your face, make sure your body aligns with the person on the cover, get a friend to take a photo — then send it to
Now the website’s creators are releasing a book of the best Sleevefaces — and they’re more inventive than ever...
Hugh's that boy? You can't take anything for Granted with this soundtrack
Cover-up: One fan's love for jazz king John Coltrane
Winging it: Linda and Paul McCartney come together
These boots were made for sliding: A playful tribute to Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood
I'm Dreaming: And so is American crooner Pat Boone
By the hair on my chinny chin: Not Jackie Gleason
Face-off: A devotee with the blonde ambition to copy DJ Richie Hawtin
A cunning plan: Blackadder's Rowan Atkinson enjoys a tea break
My cup of tea: A taste of 60s smoothie Jack Jones
On the nose: What are odds it's Barbra Streisand?
A howl lot of talent: This pooch will be glad he's got a friend in James Taylor
Put out to grass: But singer Xuxa is famous in Brazil
Hello: Is Lionel Richie really looking for tattoos?
Tight fit: But not as hot as Canadian singer Peaches
Hooked: He may not have seen it coming, but this Professionals cover definitely hits the spot
Shake a leg: No wonder Tom Jones is smiling
Pop fiction: But can her legs match John Travolta's
The guitar man: This music lover pulled a few strings to emulate Blues star Josh White
There are hundreds, even more inventive ones, on the website ..so get clicking... and if nothing else...you'll be tripping down memory lane when you just see the sleeves and all your past comes flooding back.
Sir Dayvd ( "I'll tip my hat to the new constitution, take a bow for the new revolution, smile and grin at the change all around me, pick up my guitar and play, just like yesterday, then I'll get on my knees and pray." ) of Oxfordshire