Renowned artist Mike Saputo has declared the album art for Eminem’s upcoming release, “The Death of Slim Shady”, as his favourite cover he has ever created.

Saputo’s collaboration with Eminem has produced some of the most iconic visuals in the rapper’s discography, but this latest project stands out as his personal favourite.

Saputo’s impressive portfolio for Eminem includes:

Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP 2

“The Marshall Mathers LP 2”: The haunting image of Eminem’s childhood home, a significant symbol in his music, captured the introspective and nostalgic themes of the album.

“Revival”: The politically charged cover featuring the American flag reflected the album’s deep and provocative content.

Parcel with british CD-version of Kamikaze album have arrived our editorial. Let’s unpack!

“Kamikaze”: The explosive fighter jet artwork, a nod to the Beastie Boys’ “Licensed to Ill”, encapsulated the aggressive and unapologetic tone of the record.

See Pictures of Eminem's “Music To Be Murdered By” Album CD And Booklet

“Music to Be Murdered By”: The Alfred Hitchcock-inspired cover blends dark, cinematic elements with Eminem’s distinctive style.

Saputo’s ability to visually translate Eminem’s artistic vision has been a key element in Marshall’s album presentations. For “The Death of Slim Shady”, Saputo has pushed his creative boundaries even further, resulting in a cover that he feels truly captures the essence of the album. Shady’s face frozen in horror, peaking from a body bag, serves as a strong metaphor for the brutal end of an entire era of Marshall’s career.

“The Death of Slim Shady” is set to be a phenomenal release, and with Saputo’s striking cover art, it promises to be a visual and auditory masterpiece. We are here to witness the end of the world and a new dawn afterwards.

Previous articleCole Bennett Says “Tobey” is BabyTron’s Song and Eminem Was the Latest Addition
Next articleSkylar Grey Confirms Her Feature on Eminem’s “The Death of Slim Shady”