Rick Lecoat

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Template:Citations neededTemplate:No footnotes Rick Lecoat is a graphic designer and the creative director of the London-based design studio, 'Shark Attack'.

Born in Jersey in 1969, Lecoat moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Although he designs prolifically for the TV, music and publishing industries, Lecoat is best known for his album covers.

List of album covers by Lecoat

Lecoat's album covers include Alisha Rules the World by Alisha's Attic, A Woman's Heart by Chris de Burgh, Born to Boogie by Mark Bolan and T.Rex, Child by Definition of Sound, Darling Self Destruct by Tampasm, Definition of Sound by Definition of Sound, English Country Garden by The Dandies, Fantastic Star by Marc Almond, Quiet Revolution by Chris De Burgh, Say You Love Me by Dina Carroll, Sultans of Swing by Dire Straits, The Collection by The Style Council, The Big Picture by Elton John and Wag the Dog by Mark Knopfler.

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