Blind Faith was one of the first supergroups of the early 70’s with Steve Wynwood and Eric Clapton as its prominent members. They may be just as famous for producing one of the most controversial album covers ever created. The photo features a topless 11 year old girl holding a model airplane with a pastoral scene in the background. I wanted to have fun with this piece so I embroidered it with abstract free motion stitches and then added 3 strips of black fabric on top of the farce a bad chest of the model. I wanted to create a censored version of the album cover. When viewed with the other albums in an arrangement it definitely starts a conversation. To me, the conversation about the art is just as exciting as the art itself.