As part of an upcoming special issue that pays tribute to Adam Yauch — aka MCA — by looking at the visual history of the Beastie Boys, Juxtapoz magazine conducted interviews with the artists behind the group's memorable album art. And while this three-minute highlight doesn't go into as much detail as the magazine will, it's still a pretty captivating look at how the Beastie Boys' style and craft evolved over time.
An Interview With The Artists Behind The Beastie Boys' Album Artwork
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