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Gatefold sleeve and vinyl disc for David Bowie's Diamond Dogs album, released 1974.
record sleeve, printed in colour showing. The front depicts a herd a herd of elephants. On the back are three illustrations of: sailors in white uniforms loading a canon; three soldiers in green uniforms holding machine guns; and two tanks. These fold out to reveal the inside which is decorated with abstract patterns, paint splashes and tiger print.
[prints] Vinyl record with printed labels
[prints] Innver sleeve of a record cover
[prints] Fold-out record cover featuring an image of elephants on the front
Submission panel for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, by Rintala Eggertsson, 2009.
Poster advertising La Compagnie des Marottes at Theatre de Marionnettes, Paris
LP record of 'Stories from Toytown', by EMI Records in 1963
Seven inch record and sleeve for the pop group Bauhaus
12-inch LP 'gatefold' record sleeve for 'Their Satanic Majesties Request' by The Rolling Stones. Design of collages, colour offset lithographic printing and a faceted sheet of plastic (to create a pseudo three-dimensional effect). Design and photography by Michael Cooper. Back cover illustration by Tony Meeuwissen. Printed by Robert Stare, England. Issued by Decca. 1967.
Record slip cover, inner sleeve for the LP album 'The Who Sell Out', white paper, 1967
Record cover for the LP album 'The Who Sell Out', featuring the members of The Who posing in parodies of advertisements, photographed by David Montgomery, printed card, 1967
Gatefold cover sleeve for the 12" self-titled record by Rex Gildo, with a pull-out poster of Gildo wearing a blue velvet suit. Cover design by Manfred Vormstein. Published by Ariola Records, Germany, 1972.
Gatefold cover sleeve for the 12" record 'First', recorded by the group Dies Irae. Cover design by Holger Matthies. Published by Pilz Records, Germany, 1971.
Cup and saucer
Le Pont du Loup, February 1908, Family Album, Ashton Collection Vol.II
'The Record Art Collection'. Black corrugated portfolio used to store a collection of reproduction prints of vinyl record cover sleeve designs. Record Art, New York, ca.1989.
Booklet featuring illustrations of reproduction prints of vinyl record cover sleeve designs. Record Art, New York, ca.1989.
Progressive proof for an album cover for the long-playing record 'Songs' by the group Yes. Package version 2. Colour offset lithography. Designed by Roger Dean, Great Britain, 1973.
Progressive proof for an album cover for the long-playing record 'Songs' by the group Yes. Touched proof. Colour offset lithography. Designed by Roger Dean, Great Britain, 1973.
Progressive proof for an album cover for the long-playing record 'Songs' by the group Yes. Package version 1. Colour offset lithography. Designed by Roger Dean, Great Britain, 1973.
Gatefold double cover sleeve for the long-playing record 'Still' recorded by the group Joy Division. Designed by Peter Saville. Published by Factory Records, Great Britain, 1986.
Gatefold cover sleeve for the long-playing record 'The Beatles 1967-1970' recorded by The Beatles. Photography by Angus McBean. Published by EMI Records, The Gramophone Co. Ltd./Apple Records, Great Britain. 1988 reprint of the original 1973 design.
Gatefold cardboard cover sleeve for the 12" long-playing record 'Dedication' recorded by the group Bay City Rollers. Featuring photographs by Allan Ballard. Published by Arista Records Inc. Manufactured and distributed in Canada, 1976.
Fold-out cardboard cover for a 7" vinyl record single, 'let's go round there' recorded by the darling buds. Designed by the Designers Republic. Issued by Native Records/Epic Records/CBS Records, England, 1989.
Paper sleeve for a 12 inch extended-play recording of Simonics 'In This Heat'. Issued by Thin Sliced Records. Great Britain. 1985.
Cover sleeve for a 12 inch long-playing recording by Johnny Douglas and His Orchestra of 'The Sound of Strings'. Laminated colour offset lithograph print on cardboard. Printed by West Brothers Printers. Published by The Decca Record Company Limited., England, 1963.
Cardboard gatefold record sleeve for 12 inch long-player record of The Moody Blues' album 'On The Threshold of a Dream', with a 14 page paper booklet attached. Colour offset lithograph printing, laminated with 'Clarifoil'. Artwork by Philip Travers. Published by Deram Records/The Decca Record Company Ltd., London, 1969.
'Move Away' by Culture Club. Limited edition vinyl record, in a set with a gatefold 'mini' picture disc sleeve and booklet combination (E.1229-1988). Designed by Assorted Images (photographer: Jamie Morgan). Published by Virgin Records Ltd. 1986.
'Move Away' by Culture Club. Limited edition gatefold 'mini' picture disc sleeve and booklet combination, for vinyl record (E.1230-1988). Colour offset lithograph print. Designed by Assorted Images (photographer: Jamie Morgan). Published by Virgin Records Ltd. 1986.
Paper inner-sleeve for a 12-inch long-play record. Currently used to protect E.1213-1988 (a recording of Haydn's 'Symphony n. 100'. Originally issued by The Bach Guild (Vanguard Records), United States or Great Britain, ca.1955.
Postcard: Fat couple try to embrace but are foiled by their large tummies; French; ca. 1905
Gatefold cover sleeve for the long-playing record 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' recorded by The Beatles. Cover design by M C Productions and The Apple, staged by Peter Blake and Jann Haworth. Published by EMI Records, The Gramophone Co. Ltd. / Parlophone, Great Britain. 1988 reprint of the original 1967 design.