Insert Yourself Into Iconic Album Cover Art

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The original 1963 Dylan cover

For those millions of you using video conferencing to work and socialize from home, Sony Music has launched Iconic Music Backgrounds which allows users to replace the backdrop of their homes and insert themselves into their favorite album covers and music videos, from the 1960s to the present day. There’s no fee for the service.

Users are able to virtually immerse themselves into the artwork. The initial titles made available with the technology include classic rock albums from Bob Dylan (The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, and Judas Priest (Painkiller). Other artists, represented from a cross-section of genres, include Willie Nelson, Britney Spears and Jamiroquai.

Your face here

Click here to visit the site.

The site was developed in collaboration between Sony Music UK’s 4th Floor Creative and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment.

More classic albums and video stills will be released in the coming months.

And on the subject of Bob Dylan, his newest albumRough and Rowdy Ways, has been released.

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