Quirky singing superstar, Lady GaGa, has shot two striking covers for the re-release of her debut album The Fame Monster.
GaGa explored the theme of good v bad in her (aptly named) album and transferred it to her album covers.
One cover shows GaGa in a platimum blonde wig wearing a black patent coat (representing light or goodness) and the other, more dramatic cover, shows GaGa with a black wig and dark eye make-up streaming down her face (representing darkness).
Both black and white covers were shot by designer/photographer Hedi Slimane of Dior Homme fame.
'While traveling the world for two years, I've encountered several monsters, each represented by a different song on the new record: my ‘Fear of Sex Monster,' my ‘Fear of Alcohol Monster,' my ‘Fear of Love Monster,' my ‘Fear of Death Monster,' my ‘Fear of Loneliness Monster,' " GaGa said of the project.
Her new single Bad Romance will be the first to be released off the re-packaged album which goes on sale on November 24.
By Georgie Hindle