March 15th, 2010 - AlbumArtExchange covers Stuart Davis is a collective of music fans who scan album covers in higher resolution than what is typically provided by iTunes, meticulously color-correcting and refining them until they are as close as possible to what the artist intended. Some are also provided in larger dimensions than what iTunes delivers — up to 1000×1000 — in awareness of the ever-expanding sizes of screens and the inevitable need for larger images that this expansion entails.

Stuart Davis’ “silver naked” cover is available in phenomenal quality in 600×600, 800×800, and 1000×1000, and many other of his albums are available in at least 600×600 — including the rare Integral Institute promo CD Get Naked with the New Avant Garde, and even a recreated version of The Late Stuart Davis which was impossible to scan due to the cover being printed on vellum paper. If you search by title (rather than by “Stuart Davis”) you will also find the Stuck on A.M. cover.

The latest additions are 1000×1000, 800×800, and 600×600 covers of ┬┐What, sourced directly from designer Tanja Niggendijker’s master file. (Thanks Tanja!)

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