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You mightn’t be able to really judge an album by its cover, but you sure can survey the cultural importance of LP design in this collection of framed LPs presented by New Documents. Providing the perfect canvas for artists and photographers, the album cover became a forum for innovation in design where the consumer was deemed the final critic.
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A 4-piece collection of abstract designs by Ronald Clyne: Romeo and Juliet (circa 1950), William Boyce: Eight Symphonies (circa 1950), Walter Gieseking Plays Beethoven (circa 1950), and Twelve Contra Dances / English Folk Songs (circa 1950). Clyne was a master of pattern, texture and shape, which is evident in this collection of covers. His use of repeating typographer's dingbats recalls some of the earliest work of American graphic design pioneer Alvin Lustig. Each piece is framed in a black record frame and ready to hang.
These gently used vintage products are in good condition with minor surface wear. Since these items are being sold as pieces of graphic design, playability of the LPs is not guaranteed.
Ronald ClyneWipe frame with a very lightly dampened cloth. Do not spray glass.