Sgt. Pepper in Bat Yam: A history of Israeli album covers
More than mere wrappings, they reflect their cultural milieu.
Matti Caspi’s doorbell. The ashtray of Shalom Hanoch’s “Waiting for the Messiah.” The monkey on Mashina’s debut album. The blurred train on Yehuda Poliker’s “Ashes and Dust.” The covers of Israeli albums were always an inseparable part their identity.