Blind Faith Album Cover, London, 1969
© Bob Seidemann

Blind Faith Album Cover, London, 1969

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By Bob Seidemann
About the image
Being a friend and former flatmate of Eric Clapton, Bob Seidemann was asked to create the cover for his latest project's upcoming album. Bob decided to represent the vast technological changes (the Moon Landing being chief among them) occurring at the time, and the sense of awe and wonder they inspired. The young girl was meant to represent the innocence of humanity. He titled the image "Blind Faith"  and it was from this that the band derived their name. 

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Blind Faith Album Cover, London, 1969
Blind Faith Album Cover, London, 1969

 
 
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