And now there are "vintage" Arrested Development album covers

And now there are "vintage" Arrested Development album covers

Anticipation for the new season of Arrested Development went up a few notches yesterday with the release of a series of teaser posters. But a true fever pitch of fan excitement can only be achieved once graphic designers produce vintage album-cover mockups. Similar to the jazz-themed LP covers for Homeland, and previous cartoonish old-timey album covers for the show’s cast and Dr. Funke’s 100% Natural Good-Time Family Band Solution, Josh Cox at Colossus Of Clout Design fashioned nine character-themed albums to go with the structure of the new season, which focuses on a different character in each episode. From Gob and Franklin’s perfunctory It Ain’t Easy Being White, It Ain’t Easy Being Brown to “Ballad Of Chareth Cutestory” off Michael Bluth’s Songs For Hop-Ons, it’s a delightfully clever mix of classic design and more inside jokes for Arrested Development fans to smirk at as Memorial Day approaches. [h/t to Paste]

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