Of course, the cover art for limelight craving and perpetually tormented star Kanye West's single "Power" would feature a disembodied head--crown still tightly affixed--with a sword jabbed into its ear. Why not? It invites questioning and looks dope. The striking image is by New York-based artist George Condo, whose work with Kanye continues his interest in fashion/film/fine art/pop crossover collaborations. Remember his Graduation album artwork by Takashi Murakami? Or that wild listening party/performance with Vanessa Beecroft? What are your takes on the meaning, fellow Bouncers? Or is it just not that deep?