George Dubose has photographed and designed more than 300 album and single covers for such diverse artists such as the Ramones, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, XCLAN, RunDMC and Melissa Etheridge. More than fifty of his projects have attained gold or platinum status.
His first published music photograph was a self-printed street poster of the B52s, which he photographed in 1978 and was purchased two years later for the band’s debut album cover.
George has received many accolades. In 2009 The New York Times said, "DuBose is one of the most important album designers in the past 40 years." Bonafide magazine in the UK has called him "The Godfather of Hip Hop Photography.”