The Streets were the vehicle for the lyrical musings of the man the Guardian once called ‘half Dostoevsky . . . half Samuel Pepys’, geezer poet laureate, Mike Skinner, who finally hung up his headphones and went out with a bang on his fifth and final album, ‘Computers And Blues’ in 2012.
Over a five-year period, I created cover artwork for three stand-out albums by The Streets, ‘The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living’, ‘Everything Is Borrowed’ and ‘Computers And Blues’.