The cover of his Drunken Penguin album pairs a penguin with two stacked lines of lettering derived of Futura Black. Most letter shapes are pretty much identical to the typeface, but a bit more plump – or drunk? [It’s an existing design named Black Letter, see comments.]
Penguin photograph: John Tashijan / National Audubon Society
This variation of the Futura Black genre was not made ad hoc by Loring Eutemey. The cover designer rather used an alphabet devised by Armin Haab that was reproduced in the Lettera 2 source book from 1961. It’s named Black Letter and is different from Renner’s typeface in several details.