On Thursday, Kanye West debuted the (possible) greatest album of all time, The Life of Pablo, at a star-studded Yeezy Season 3 fashion event. Before taking Madison Square Garden by storm, though, the man of the hour unveiled the artwork for TLOP, designed by Belgian artist Peter De Potter.
Cover by Peter De Potter pic.twitter.com/wdQOHk6QBA
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 11, 2016
Because the internet is a majestic place where any image is subject to mockery and meme-ery, there are already multiple TLOP generator sites that let users create their own covers. Pablol, for example, was whipped up by Rik Lomas and Simon Whybray, the same duo responsible for a similar generator site for Drake’s If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late. Their version lets users replace the overlapping text (so long as it meets the character limit), but keeps ‘Ye’s original vintage pic in place.
Another generator option is Pablo Dot Life, which lets you insert your own text and image, which is an entirely addicting process (and also a perfect way to waste some time before the album finally drops). Allow us to demonstrate: