Here’s another amazing record cover designed by the wonderful Jerome Snyder. This one is for the Philadelphia Orchestra. As usual the complexity of his textures and patterns is beyond belief. Truly a work of Mid Century Modern Art. Enjoy!
You might be interested in seeing my other Snyder posts: Book of bridge » and Prokofiev Record Cover »
Design: Jerome Snyder | Year: Unknown | Photo: Javier García
Sorry for the lack of post this week but it’s the Holidays. Instead I’ll post my holiday card. The theme was more towards those who have had a rough year ( I assume most of us) So I wish you all warmth and strength to battle this coming year!
Here’s a fun two color booklet titled “What you should know about sleep?” with fun illustrations all over full of texture and color. The designer/illustrator is not credited. Enjoy!
Design: Unknown | Year: 1956 | Photo: Javier García
Here’s a wonderful Record Cover by S. Neil Fujita. I love this collage’s simple solid shapes and black and white photos. Truly, a work of modern art. Enjoy!
Design: S. Neil Fujita | Year: 1961 | Photo: Javier García
The designer is unknown for this one but I really liked the simple solid illustration on this castle. Reminds me of Disneyland and Mary Blair. It’s put out by Mercury Classics . Enjoy!
Design: Unknown | Year: Unknown | Photo: Javier Garcia
To follow up the popular Book of bridge post, here’s a fun record illustrated by Jerome Snyder. I saw this in a 1957 Annual and I knew I had to track this record down. Finally got a copy of it and I love it. The details on the character jackets are amazing. Enjoy!
Design: Jerome Snyder | Year: 1957 | Photo: Javier García
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