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You might not 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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"Bach Festival" LP design, 1956, by Rudolph de Harak. A bravely geometric piece by Harak from the years he was working with New York-based design firm Monogram. Reminiscent of the work of Piet Mondrian. A fantastic design by one of the forefathers of West coast American Modernist graphic design. Framed in a black record frame and ready to hang. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age. Some minor surface wear. Since this item is being sold as a piece of graphic design, playability of the LP is not guaranteed.
Rudolph de HarakWipe frame with a very lightly dampened cloth.