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No-Man band logo and album art (1992–1993)

Contributed by Crimson Distress Bleat on Mar 10th, 2019. Artwork published in
circa 1993
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    Lovesighs – An Entertainment was No-Man's first mini-album, released in 1992 on the One Little Indian label.
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    Lovesighs – An Entertainment was No-Man's first mini-album, released in 1992 on the One Little Indian label.

    Steven Wilson and Tim Bowness, known as music duo No-Man have two primary logos that roughly correspond with their style shift from dancey art pop to moody art rock. From their beginnings at the end of the 1980s to the mid-1990s, the art pop period was dominated by their use of ITC Lubalin Graph Extra Light for their logo and titling text, always prominently displayed. Century Schoolbook was used as a complementary typeface.

    Lovesighs – An Entertainment was No-Man's first mini-album, released in 1992 on the One Little Indian label.
    Source: https://no-man.co.uk License: All Rights Reserved.

    Loveblows & Lovecries – A Confession is the band’s debut album, One Little Indian Records, 1993.

    Lovesighs – An Entertainment was No-Man's first mini-album, released in 1992 on the One Little Indian label.
    Source: https://open.spotify.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    “Sweetheart Raw”, single record, 1993.

    Lovesighs – An Entertainment was No-Man's first mini-album, released in 1992 on the One Little Indian label.
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    Painting Paradise EP, 1993.

    Lovesighs – An Entertainment was No-Man's first mini-album, released in 1992 on the One Little Indian label.
    Source: http://www.qobuz.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    “Only Baby”, single record, 1993.

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    • ITC Lubalin Graph
    • Century Schoolbook

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