Earlier this year Kanye West announced that 2013's "Yeezus packaging was an open casket to CDs" and he would no longer be releasing physical versions of any of his music. And although Yeezus was actually made available in cassette tape form in 2015, it was never released as an official vinyl.

Now Glasgow-based record label LuckyMe has revealed mockups for the LP album artwork they were asked to look into years ago. Taking cues from the CD's notably minimal red tape design, LuckyMe notes in an Instagram comment that the vinyl sleeve was designed to hide Nick Knight prints between two mirrored-backed inserts, all housed within a thin acrylic case.

Unfortunately, it seems that Kanye is sticking to streaming only for now, as the only The Life of Pablo vinyl release turned out to be a bootleg.

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