No this is not Trader Joe's of West Hollywood

Grassi Museum for Applied Arts in Leipzig shows the record covers created by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol had just completed his study of Applied Art when he came to New York in 1949 and designed his first Album Cover for Columbia Records. 

This grew into a life-long working cooperation of cover album-design. Until his death in 1987, Warhol designed about 50 more album covers for the likes of The Rolling Stones, Blondie and The Velvet Underground among many others. They all attained cult status! 

The almost complete series of all Album Covers designed by Warhol are now presented at the Grassi Museum of Leipzig and give the unique opportunity to retrace in a compact manner, his complete artistic development from his early days until he became a star himself.

 The Velvet Underground has recently filed a lawsuit against the Andy Warhol Foundation, after the deceased artist's company agreed to a licensing deal with a case- and sleeve-maker for Apple products. The pop group, fronted by Lou Reed, has accused the foundation [1] of infringing the trademark for the famous banana design adorning the cover of The Velvet Underground's debut album from 1967.
To be continued...