Lady Gaga reveals ARTPOP album cover

2013-10-08 13:03
Lady Gaga
Los Angeles - Lady Gaga took some inspiration from Botticelli's The Birth of Venus for her ARTPOP cover.

The cover was designed by Jeff Koons, a famous contemporary artist, and features a statue of the Applause singer, made by Koons himself according to MTV. The statue will be present at the launch party for the album on 10 November.
Lyn Warren, an expert on Koons' work, told MTV that the artist usually works with pop stars that he believes will be 'iconic', like Michael Jackson which he did a statue of in the 80s.

The ARTPOP cover was also revealed on Clear Channel billboards worldwide in countries like Belgium, France, Spain, UK, Chile, Mexico and of course the US.

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