As we gear up for the release of the much-anticipated Everybody, Logic took to Instagram to shout out his friend and associate Sam Spratt for designing the album's meticulous cover artwork. Young Sinatra said Spratt included many Easter eggs in his design.

"I really want to take a moment to thank the incredible @samspratt for painting yet again another amazing album cover," Logic posted along with Spratt's conspicuous self-portrait cropped from the cover. "I'm not even trying to be extra but I have NEVER seen an album cover with such detail. Over 80 figures hundreds of things to find and superb Easter eggs the listeners can literally discover years later.

The DMV rapper thanked Spratt for his awesome work. The two were inspired by the "The Wedding at Cana" by Paolo Veronese, an Italian Renaissance painter. Spratt designed all three of Logic's studio albums so far.

"Sam you have taken my art (quite literally) to another level. You have allowed me to SHOW the listener what they are HEARING as they play an album. From my first album on you have been such a key component in how the world views my work. Thank you so much! I truly love you as an artist and a friend!"

Check out Everybody when it drops next month. In the meantime, peep Spratt's cool cover art below.

I really want to take a moment to thank the incredible @samspratt for painting yet again another amazing album cover. I'm not even trying to be extra but I have NEVER seen an album cover with such detail. Over 80 figures hundreds of things to find and superb Easter eggs the listeners can literally discover years later. Sam you have taken my art (quite literally) to another level. You have allowed me to SHOW the listener what they are HEARING as they play an album. From my first album on you have been such a key component in how the world views my work. Thank you so much! I truly love you as an artist and a friend! For more on sams incredible work be sure to visit SamSpratt.com and all the #RattPack fans please take a moment to bombard his last picture by giving him a big thank you from all of us!!

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Some more details of the cover art I did for Everybody. More on my site. Samspratt.com

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Last summer I got a call from Bob (Logic). I answer the phone: “Dude. Everything ok? It's 3 in the morning”. He replies: “Bro. I'm in Paris. I'm at the Louvre. I know what the next album cover is gonna be”. He says the name of a painting I only vaguely remembered from art history class, “The Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese”. Half asleep I go “doesn't that have like a 100 people in it?”. “130” he says with this giddy energy to his voice. “Maybe not that many but this is IT dude. It hit me. I want a celebration. My friends, my wife, my family, my inspirations, my dogs, your dog, your girl, you, all races, colors, creeds, genders, sexual orientations. I want a painting of EVERYBODY. All together, having a meal. This is it. However much time it takes, whatever it takes, I'll give you what you need to make it happen. I know it's the middle of the night, but this is a moment we'll remember. Trust me.” It was a crazy request, but I knew I was in. Still, I wondered: would all of the inevitable months of effort be misplaced? Because really, no matter how big of an image it was, most people will consume the album art as a tiny thumbnail on a phone. Even when every little thing is carefully placed & researched, I just had to embrace it being a bit of a visual clusterfuck. It's a labyrinthine, complex, convoluted, & dense artwork, filled with a crazy backstory, hidden codes, easter eggs, symbolism, & foreshadowing for narratives he hasn't even shared yet. It's 6 months of research & work meant to be put under a microscope, it's meant to be seen at his shows, blown up big, viewed years later & still not know everything about it. Really, just like Bob, it's a hard first read – you've gotta dive deep. While just an album cover -- just a tiny stamp that goes over the real shit everyone is here for, I'm not too cynical yet to admit it's still the most challenging & rewarding thing I've ever worked on & to be totally honest, I'm just genuinely excited to share that with everybody. Huge thank you to all who helped me to make this, so much more to share in the coming months, but for now ... here's the cover for Everybody, the legendary 3rd studio album from Logic. 5/5

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