How did you celebrate this year's Record Store Day? London-based face and body painter Natalie Sharp decided to take a creative approach, painting eight classic album covers onto her face, finally completing the detailed recreations after eight days. Each one took between three to six hours. They include Joy Division's "Unknown Pleasures," Talking Heads' "Remain in Light," Grizzly Bear's "Veckatimest," The Advisory Circle's "As the Crow Flies," KaS Product's "Try Out," Kraftwerk's "Autobahn," and Primal Scream's "Screamadelica."

"These are not my top eight albums, I don't believe in that crap, but they are eight very inspiring an spectacular albums that I keep returning to," the artist told Animal New York.  

Although we applaud her for getting creative, the results have a creepy Mystique effect and are somewhat frightening, especially the Joy Division cover. Still, the detail Sharp has put into the album covers is impressive.

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