The seemingly infinite number of vintage record jackets that convey their message with simple shapes like the dot never cease to amaze and amuse us. Project Thirty-Three is a shrine to these dots along with their less jovial but equally effective cousins, squares, rectangles and triangles, and the designers that make them come to life. Other galleries include arrows, abstract shapes, typography-only and Command Records. Check back soon as we’ll be adding covers regularly.
Instagram post by Allie Smith • Jun 20, 2015 at 10:15pm UTC
128 Likes, 8 Comments - Allie Smith (@goongoods) on Instagram: “Get it poppin' with dad rock tunes. I don't spotify so..link in profile.👆🏼 I also don't "mixtape"…”
Great colors and characters down on the bottom there. For the record (ha! get it?), my sweet wife, girlhula, found this great find, along with the other cool 45's featured in my Flickr, in NYC.
Please note that the design and artwork on these vintage record albums remains the property of the original artists and/or the relevant corporate bodies. They are presented as part of a design retrospective and educational project. No copyright infringements are intended, nor should any be inferred.
No Barcode – Page 4 – A blog about vintage modern design & illustration curated by Javier Garcia
No Barcode Blog is a blog about vintage graphic design and illustration curated by Javier Garcia -- a graphic designer working in the San Francisco Bay Area with a BFA from the Academy of Art University and experience in identity, print, packaging, and web design