At any rate, one of the draws to Sonic Youth's albums or any other musicians' albums really is the album art. Album art is suppose to induce or seduce you into picking up the album, much like a book or comic. Back before the internet and when I was growing up, it was about all you had to go on as to what the band might sound like, unless they had a hit single on the radio that you'd heard. And for a large part of it, captured the music visually pretty well. Sure ever so often I'd buy something that I didn't like, but I was surprised at how most of the time the album art went so well with the music inside.
At any rate, today I ran into this video on the artist, Richard Price, so I thought I'd share. I like this sort of thing, as I'm interested in art and the artist that made it. What's behind their thinking, what the process to making the art, what are they trying to communicate, what's their motivation, etc.