Crowdsourcing Album Art: The Johnny Cash Project

Crowdsourcing Album Art: The Johnny Cash Project
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Rick Rubin was having a hard time deciding on the visual to accompany the single for Johnny Cash's final album, but Director Chris Milk luckily had an idea that matched the the artist's iconically defiant attitude - perfectly.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 30 april 2010

Producer Rick Rubin was having an understandably hard time deciding on the visual to accompany the single for Johnny Cash’s final album – American VI: Ain’t No Grave – the options for a posthumously released album tend to be rather limited given the sensitive nature of the release. Director Chris Milk luckily had an idea that matched the challenge – and the artist’s iconically defiant attitude – perfectly.

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