|Best Art Vinyl 2013 Winners|
Announcing the results of the Best Art Vinyl 2013 competition with White Lies' Big TV taking first place and Repent Replenish Repeat by Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip in second with Bonobo's North Borders in third
|Art Vinyl UK Exhibitions at Malmaison|
Best Art Vinyl has partnered with Malmaison hotels to make the exhibitions available in a number of cities across the UK from November to January
View the Nominations for Best Art Vinyl 2013
Welcome to the world of Art Vinyl and the opportunity to express your views on the best record cover art of 2013. Now in its 9th year, this unique award compiles the global opinion on the best of art and design in music.
For Best Art Vinyl 2013, it's Michael Kagan’s oil painting on the cover of White Lies’ record Big TV which topped the list of the year’s favourite sleeve designs. Previous winners have included Temper Trap's eponymous album with its intriguing abstract design which topped the list of last year’s favourite sleeve designs, Klaxons' Surfing the Void with its playful image of a cat in a spacesuit, Thom Yorke's The Eraser from regular Radiohead contributor Stanley Donwood, and even work from the sixteenth century for The Fleet Foxes eponymous LP by Dutch artist Pieter Bruegel.