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5:17 PM, December 19th, 2012

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From Laughing Squid:

To celebrate the television series Homeland and its season 2 finale on December 16th, Californian designer Ty Mattson of Mattson Creative created an excellent series of 12 Homeland inspired vintage jazz record covers. See all 12 covers here.

Love these.

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    I love Homeland! I need to finish season 2
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    Squid: To celebrate the television series Homeland and its season 2 finale on December 16th, Californian designer Ty...
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    some of my great loves. vinyl. jazz. the tele.
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    just started
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    Claire Dane owns my soul. …Damian Lewis co-owns it.
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    I need to watch this show.
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