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Someone Unpacked Every Single Character On Logic’s Packed ‘Everybody’ Album Cover

After the cover art for Logic’s third album Everybody was revealed back in March, a lot was made of the dense illustration by artist Sam Spratt. Inspired by Paolo Veronese’s 1563 painting The Wedding At Cana, it includes a ton of references to people and things associated with or significant to the Maryland rapper, like a sort of modern day Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. There’s a lot going on in it, so Spratt wrote a lengthy post on his website that explains how the cover came together and the stories behind it.

With that information, fans Alejandro Veloz and Tony Clayton created an interactive website that allows users to click around the art and get further explanations of all of the elements, reminding us of just how many interesting and neat references there are on the cover.

There are so many different things to point out here; For example, the cover includes some of Logic’s friends like Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Saturday Night Live‘s Pete Davidson:

The art is also littered with influences and collaborators like Khalid and J. Cole, the latter in the pose from his 2014 Forest Hills Drive cover:

There are also a bunch of other objects spread throughout that pay tribute to Logic’s interests in things like gaming and Futurama:

There’s a lot more to explore than it makes sense to write about here, so check out the website here, and revisit our review of Everybody here.

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