Sophia Tassew Reimagines Our Favorite Albums As Film Posters


We all have that album that seems to completely embody who we are or who we were at a certain point in our lives.

Enter Sophia Tassew.

Without a formal education or background in visual arts, she took classic albums and turned them into film posters just in time for the 2016 film festival blitz. The 19-year old Londoner is an art director during the day, but a self-described documentary nerd and music lover. This series married all of these facets of herself with the help of graphic design YouTube tutorials.



“My fave has to be ‘The Diary of Alicia Keys’ and ‘Good Kid, M.a.a.d City’. They just look like documentaries I would love to watch.”

Albums are oftentimes autobiographical, so to imagine them as documentaries only makes sense. Music resonates so deeply with listeners because it tells all of our stories. We know how it feels to keep on fallin’. When the lights shut off and it’s our turn to settle down, we pray that you promise that you will sing about us. We remember when you said you cared, cried, tried, gave for us, but why didn’t you live for us? We still smile when we think about that person we really, really adore.

Be sure to follow Sophia to keep tabs on the release of her portfolio. We are looking forward to what she will create next!




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