Absolutely, perhaps known! Oasis fans recreate the album covers of the band with props they have at home
Absolutely, perhaps known! Oasis fans recreate the band’s album covers using props they have at home – including cuddly toys, bikes and a toddler pool
- Danny Reeves, from the UK, shared friends of Be Here Now artwork
- Oasis Twitter account asked others to share their takes with items they have at home
- Hundreds have done their best under the hashtag OasisArtChallenge
Oasis fans across the country have put their spare time to good use and have tried to emulate a series of album covers by the band.
Take to Twitter, Danny Reeves, from the UK, shared a photo of friends who mimicked the Be Here Now artwork in their yard, next to the caption, “My boyfriend was bored on lock, so did this with his kids in his yard. Absolutely fantastic job! ‘
The official Oasis Twitter account asked fans, ‘We’d love to see your own take on Oasis’ iconic album art covers for ‘Absolutely Maybe’ and ‘Be Here’ with ONLY items you have at home – and we’ll repost our favorites! ‘
Hundreds have since taken up the challenge and shared their creative endeavors under the hashtag OasisArtChallenge.
Danny, from the UK, shared this impressive recreation of the Be Here Now album cover, alongside the caption: ‘My friend was bored at the closing, so he did this with his kids in his yard. Absolutely fantastic job! #BeHereNow #Oasis’
Pictured above, the actual Oasis album cover for Be Here Now that people are trying to recreate
Pictured left, the actual album cover of Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’. Pictured writing, a person placed this black and white photo next to the caption, “She wouldn’t wear a dress in any way” (photo right)
Josephine Chadwick, from the UK, even pulled out the family guitars to recreate their cover album
The actual Oasis photo album cover for Sure Maybe (pictured above)
Sophia, from the UK, shared this creative effort and revealed that it was photographed and photoshopped by her
Joe Harston, from the UK, commented: ‘We shot this during our first band session after realizing the room was laid out in such a way that we were sure there is even an open fire!
St. Whiston, from the UK, decided to involve the whole family and endorsed his efforts for the album cover Definitely Maybe: ‘Home schooling the family on an iconic album cover …’
Ian Burke, from the UK, shared this photo of his daughter and her toys and joked: ‘Definitely Dollies, starring Lyla’
Adrian Hodgkiss, from the UK, also got involved in the hashtag and sent in his lockdown efforts
Another who took to Twitter was sure he would use several items around the house to replicate the album as best he could – including bikes and cars
Russell, from the UK, used a living room ornament to aid in his attempt to create Oasis’ famous album cover
British Richard Roberts posted this photo in his bedroom and wrote: ‘Oasis self isolation remake’
A man from the UK posted this photo and caption: ‘A very old one we made in 2010, but still relevant’