Kanye West dropped his eighth studio album, ye, to much fanfare on June 1 following a listening party in Wyoming.  Later it was revealed by Kim Kardashian West, that her husband took the photo that ended up being the album cover on his iPhone while on the way to said listening party.

Now ’Ye stans can officially create their own ye cover art, thanks to a website Kanye himself tweeted on Saturday night. It’s still unclear whether West owns the website or if he just came across it and liked the idea, but fans can now type whatever they want across his picture of the Wyoming mountains and download the image.

Much like the album art for The Life of Pablo, the spontaneity and unfinished, almost amateur look of the album cover raised a few eyebrows on social media.

And just like TLOP, it’s not taken long for people to try their hand at DIY versions of the album cover. Check out the website via the link below and tag us in your best creations.

In other news, this Nike Epic React is limited to just 30 pairs worldwide. Find out how to cop here.

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