Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumours’ (As Shared by Mick Fleetwood) and Other Classic Album Covers Reimagined for Social Distancing

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The current stipulations and guidelines in place regarding social distancing and the committed effort we must all make in order to beat the coronavirus pandemic have thrown a wrench into what we perceive as “everyday life.” Take, for instance, this image of the classic Fleetwood Mac album art for Rumours, but with a social distancing twist, as shared by Mick Fleetwood himself:


It’s unclear where that particular version originated from, but it’s close in nature to a series on Instagram from Activista Los Angeles titled 6 Feet Covers — reimainged versions of classic albums, tweaked to demonstrate six feet of social distance between the participants in the artwork.

More details are available at the 6 Feet Covers website:

A collection of iconic album covers redesigned to raise awareness about the importance  of staying at least 6 feet away from each other, to stop the spread of Coronavirus.

Social distancing is the new normal and it will be for a while. 6 feet or 1.8 meters is the distance that experts recommend we keep between each other.

We will rock again soon. Just remember to keep the 6 feet distance. It will save lives.

On top of keeping your distance, please do support local charities like Feeding America. 

Their work is crucial for some of the most vulnerable people struggling with the economic effects of Coronavirus. 


Here’s a classic KISS record added to the mix:


And, of course, the Beatles, a bit more spread out on Abbey Road:


Queen II also made the cut:


As did Blondie‘s self-titled 1976 debut record:


U2‘s The Joshua Tree:

And Ramones:

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