If ‘Arrested Development’ Characters Had Albums, This Would Be Their Cover Art

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Most of us are binge-watching Arrested Development on our own time, but Wisconsin native son Joshua Cox was lucky enough to re-watch the entire series for professional reasons. The graphic designer has created fictional album covers for every member of the ever-dysfunctional Bluth family, from a Gob-Franklin duet to George Michael channeling his teenage discomfort. The concept isn’t new — Cox was inspired by a similar project that reinterpreted Homeland as jazz covers — but as die-hard fans know, there are way more über-specific inside jokes to reference for Arrested Development, and Cox has made the welcome addition of potential track lists, including Gob’s hit single “Come On!” and Lucille’s deep cut “Lupe.” Click through for all nine albums and get even more hyped for the May 26 event than you already were. All that’s missing is the Teamocil jingle.

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox

Image credit: Joshua Cox