Justin Timberlake’s ‘Tunnel Vision’ Artwork Brings Sexy Back

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Part two of Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience is due out this coming fall, but we’re only a couple of singles into part one, an album that has quite a few more to offer, in my opinion.  It was revealed that “Tunnel Vision” would be the next radio hit, but I thought that the artwork for the track was worthy of its own post:

Before I dig into this, I’ll just say that “Tunnel Vision” is one of my favorite tracks on the album, and since I figured that “Blue Ocean Floor” wasn’t much of a summer anthem, I’ve accepted it as the new single with open arms.  The artwork, on the other hand, I have a few questions about.  When I first saw it, my immediate thought was “why is his nose so lumpy?”  I then looked at the bigger picture to realize that his nose was half boob.  The silhouette of a naked woman is filled in with the features of Timberlake’s face, which explains the model’s scruffy behind and freaky eye-pits.

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“Not sure if want…”

JT’s normally gorgeous eyes appear to be looking two different directions, unlike “Tunnel Vision” implies, but I can see what the cover was going for.  I’m not sure if this fits the classy new vibe of the “suit & tie” wearing singer, but it’s not like we’re offended, so we’ll take it.

What single do you want to hear from Timberlake’s album next?

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