|Best Art Vinyl 2014 Winners|
Dan hillier's beautiful illustration for royal blood becomes 2014's most popular design with the vinyl record buying public
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Just ahead of this year's winners announcement, catch up on how art and music are really coming together with vinyl records in an article in the Independent
|Best Art Vinyl 2014 Nominees|
View the Nominations for Best Art Vinyl 2014
Welcome to the world of Art Vinyl and the opportunity to express your views on the best record cover art of 2014. Now in its 10th year, this unique award compiles the global opinion on the best of art and design in music.
For Best Art Vinyl 2014, it's Dan Hillier’s artwork for Royal Blood’s debut LP which topped the list of the year's favourite sleeve designs. Previous winners have included 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.
To see previous years favourite designs just click on the relevant triangle and enjoy a snap shot from the past 10 year’s Best Art Vinyl Sleeve Designs