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I Hate My Records

Contributed by edwin dorley on Feb 11th, 2016. Artwork published in
circa January 2013
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    I Hate My Records 1
    Source: http://www.ihatemyrecords.com Photo: edwin dorley. I Hate My Records. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by edwin dorley.

    I Hate My Records is a DIY record label from Manchester, UK, mainly focused on limited cassette tape releases from artists around the world. Their website features a stack of parallax scrolling banners for each release. The globe logo references their origins in broadcasting as a local radio show. The logo initials are set in Futura Bold (with a modified ‘M’), whilst the body text online, and the small print in their packaging is Inconsolata.

    A logo variation features a single-line maze.
    Source: http://www.ihatemyrecords.com Photo: edwin dorley. I Hate My Records. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by edwin dorley.

    A logo variation features a single-line maze.

    I Hate My Records 3
    Source: http://www.ihatemyrecords.com Photo: edwin dorley. I Hate My Records. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by edwin dorley.
    Inserts from a CD release, featuring the company catalogue and business card, printed on overhead-projector transparencies.
    Source: http://www.ihatemyrecords.com Photo: edwin dorley. I Hate My Records. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by edwin dorley.

    Inserts from a CD release, featuring the company catalogue and business card, printed on overhead-projector transparencies.

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    • Inconsolata

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