We've all done it: looked at an album cover and thought of ways to improve the artwork. We've all rifled through old vinyl and found ourselves amused by some of designs, as well. Record Wreckers takes a little from column A, a little from column B, and turns it into an exhibition — gracing Church's walls for one night only on December 7.
The brief is simple enough, with the likes of Sober Bob, Kimi Schieren, Erin Kennedy, Nelson Gibbins, Jackson Hambridge and more all finding a cover to revamp however they seem fit. Sure, whoever was responsible for the album's original imagery will probably think they're wrecking the records, but this group of artists is clearly aiming to make improvements.
The end result promises to deliver artwork you'll wish you had in your own collection, all while marking the last showcase for the year for the creative folks at The Brisbane Collective. Entry is free from 6pm. Following the exhibition's lead once you get home is free as well.