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Artist Natalie Sharp Creates Incredible Album Art On Her Face For Record Store Day

Spoiler alert: The best album in this collection is Nirvana's "Nevermind."

East London musician and artist Natalie Sharp, 33, painted the covers of different music albums onto her face in honor of last week's Record Store Day.

Though she originally thought she could accomplish more than 40 albums, she told The Huffington Post she quickly realized how daunting the task was.

"I started off thinking that every time I finished listening to the album I would only play [the album] on repeat for each face and have a glass of bubbly," but that didn't fare too well, Sharp said in an email. "By the end of it I was hammered and getting topless in front of a bewildered looking cat."

The 11 album covers that she did manage to recreate are all pretty beautiful, so we'll forgive her.

Check out her full collection below, and don't forget to follow her other art projects.

Nirvana - "Nevermind"
Human League - "Dare"
Velvet Underground And Nico - "Velvet Underground And Nico"
Talk Talk - "The Party's Over"
King Crimson - "In The Court Of The Crimson King"
Annette Peacock - "I'm The One"
Peter Gabriel - "Peter Gabriel"
Aphex Twin - "Selected Ambient Works 85-92"
Bjork - "Volta"
Grace Jones - "Island Life"
Mike Oldfield - "Tubular Bells"

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