Album Titles With One Letter Removed Is Brilliantly Clever
The smallest details make all the difference, which was proven when some of our favorite albums took on a whole new meaning by removing just one letter from the title.
The concept is simple:
Remove a letter or number from the original title, and create an album cover based on what’s left.
They did a slew of albums—varying in era and genre—showcasing how each one takes on a completely different meaning with just one letter removed.
DRAKE - TAKE CAR(E)
MICHAEL JACKSON - BA(D)
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE - THE 20/2(0) EXPERIENCE
.DRAKE - (T)HANK ME LATER
KANYE WEST 80(8)S AND HEARTBREAK
FUGEES - THE (S)CORE
A$AP ROCKY - AT.LONG.LAST.(A)$AP
JUVENILE - 40(0) DEGREEZ
Tell us what albums you would like to see with one letter removed, and check out even more of these illustrations now over at Pigeons and Planes.