Rémy Peignot’s Cristal (Deberny & Peignot, 1953) with a blue-white-red gradient, in use of the cover of Aladdin Sane. The sixth studio album by David Bowie was released on 13 April 1973 by RCA Records. From Wikipedia:
The album cover features a shirtless Bowie with red hair and a red-and-blue lightning bolt splitting his face in two while a teardrop runs down his collarbone. It was shot in January 1973 by Brian Duffy in his north London studio. […] In an effort to ensure RCA promoted the album extensively, [manager] Tony Defries was determined to make the cover as costly as possible. He insisted on an unprecedented seven-colour system, rather than the usual four. The image was the most expensive cover art ever made at the time. The make-up designer for the shoot was artist Pierre Laroche, who remained Bowie’s make-up artist for the remainder of the 1973 tour and the Pin Ups cover shoot.