Giggs’ second album Let Em Ave It is out today, and features a lot of menacing grime that posh people are scared of. He’s in a gang. He’s from Peckham. He went to jail once. Mike Skinner likes him. In case you haven’t heard him, Giggs (real name: Nathan Thompson) is a man who raps so slowly it sounds like his voice is being put through one of those slow motion sound machine things. Here’s the first single from Let Em Ave It, called Look What The Cat Dragged In:

It’s a banger. But the point we want to make here is that the album artwork is flipping amazing, and we want to celebrate this fact by showing you three more examples of flipping amazing album artwork.

1/ Giggs – Let Em Ave It

Why’s it good? Comic books. Danger. Superheroes. SONIC BOOM.

2/ Klaxons – Surfing The Void

Why’s it good? Lolcat.

3/ Lindstrøm – Where You Go I Go Too

Why’s it good? Lindstrøm is a very cool Norwegain dance music producer, but all he wants is to look really bloody happy on the front of one of his albums.

4/ Mastodon – Blood Mountain

Why’s it good? Awesome pagan imagery. If we had the guts to get a tattoo, this would be it.