This rock band from Champaign, Illinois cemented their place in chart history with “Hi-Infidelity” which featured “Keep on Loving You”, “Take it on the Run”, and “Don’t Let Him Go”. (You know you’re singing one of them in your head right now).
This design features Niall, Liam, Harry, Louis, and Zayn- the top selling boy band of the new millennium!
The Red Headed Stranger needs no introduction- one of the original Outlaws!
Features a close-up of the Gene, Paul, Ace and Peter in the makeup that made them famous!
The Seattle supergroup that “Learned to Fly” after Dave Grohl’s previous Seattle supergroup …….had some problems.
The All-American band from Rockford Illinois formed in 1974 but didn’t explode until 1979 with their release of the live album recorded at the Budokan in Japan!
The rocker from New Jersey who OWNED radio in the 80’s! (No- the other one from New Jersey).
When racing for pink slips was the Saturday night main event!
Mama Mia! The Swedish Supergroup featuring Benny, Bjorn, Agnetha and Anni-Fridd!
Lead guitarist of AC DC- shadowed, shirtless and wearing the schoolboy shorts!
Cut from an authentic AC/DC album, this design shows the logo as well as three famous silhouettes of Angus Young, including him doing his famous “duck walk”!
The Bad Boys from Boston featuring Steven Tyler the “Demon of Screamin’” and his trademarked scarf draped mic!
The ultimate tribute to the whip-wielding “Godfather of Schock Rock”!
The guys who started Southern Rock, represented by their “Eat a Peach” shape!
The English Queen of the Blues in her beehive profile.
Featuring the shapes of Hawkeye, Nick Fury, Thor, Hulk, Cap, and Black Widow! Cut out of a superhero themed record!
Shape features Fred, Kate, Cindy, and Keith around their album label!
Staying on her toes, this ballerina is demonstrating a difficult and classic technique.
Inspired by the “Barry Manilow Live” album cover.
Keeping watch over Gotham!
Harking back to those days when you through the surfboard on top of the Woody Wagon and headed to catch some swells. I mean, if you grew up on the west coast.
Captures the feel of grabbing your board, throwing it on the Woody Wagon, and heading to catch some waves!
For any artist that brings you the feeling of playing paddle ball on the beach and laying out with a Pina Colada!
The iconic image of the boys walking the Zebra Crossing in front of Abbey Road studios.
The faces of the Fab Four as seen on the “Meet the Beatles” album. (Or the “Introducing the Beatles” album if your bought the original in Britain)
Featuring the four noggins of the greatest band in history!
Inspired by the “Hard Day’s Night” album cover and movie poster!
The image we all remember them from- four fresh-faced boys from Liverpool on the Ed Sullivan Show!
Features the shadowed close up shot of each Beatle in the band’s later years.
The Piano Man himself, pictured where he’d want to be. At the piano. Duh.
The legendary crooner is his Stetson and pipe!
The pioneers of heavy metal featuring “Eddie” the flying devil logo!
Jake and Elwood on a mission from God.
The legendary spokesman of his generation!
Jamaica’s second most famous export! Feel the rhythm of the islands man!
A fleet of wild horses inspired by the “Against the Wind” album cover!
Featuring the skyline of Beantown. The Cradle of Liberty. The City of Champions (although NYC would probably dispute that one).
Give this one to the happy couple to commemorate their big day on their favorite album!
“The Boss” from New Jersey. What more is there to say?
“Just a kid from Brooklyn.”
Logo for the band, not the city.
The iconic view of the iconic city!
A great anniversary or wedding present!
The folk rock supergroup made up of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash (but not, in this case, Neil Young. He has a vinyl art piece of his own!)
A boy and his horse…er…Cowboy and his horse.
Can symbolize an omen or your favorite Beatles song!
Based on the Queen’s Imperial State Crown. Can be used to symbolize Freddie Mercury’s band, the musical Camelot, or Songs from Britain- your choice!
Once a heroic Jedi Knight, Darth Vader was seduced by the dark side of the Force, became a Sith Lord, and led the Empire’s eradication of the Jedi Order.
Featuring Dave, the band, and the firedancer!
One of the best selling artists of all time, he continually reinvented his persona. We’ve captured some on this piece featuring Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust and “Let’s Dance” phases as well as his Goblin King role in “Labrynth”.