Jean-Luc Ponty Experience – Open Strings album art Contributed by Florian Hardwig on May 8th, 2020. Artwork published in 1972. Source: www.flickr.com oopswhoops. License: All Rights Reserved. From oopswhoops: Excellent session for the MPS label from the man who played the electric violin solo on Gainsbourg Melody Nelson. Recorded in Germany in 1971 not long before he played with Zappa and then drowned himself in Jazz Fusion. Original French pressing. Cover design by Bernhard Wetz, with photography by Anno Wilms and a phototype version of Advertising Gothic, a descenderless face designed by Robert Wiebking for the Western Type Foundry in 1917. See it in full glory in a c.1923 specimen by Barnhart Brothers & Spindler at the Letterform Archive. [More info on Discogs] Typefaces Formats Album Art (3059) Topics Music (4615) Designers/Agencies Bernhard Wetz (1) Tagged withJean-Luc Ponty Experience (1)MPS Records (12)album records (1877)jazz (355)violins (9)1970s albums (252)1970s (1250)stars (227)vinyl records (2507) Artwork location Germany (2949) 1 Comment on “Jean-Luc Ponty Experience – Open Strings album art” Florian Hardwig says: May 8th, 2020 1:30 pm Bernhard Wetz was fond of Advertisers Gothic. He also used it for other covers, incl. Stéphane Grappelli’s Afternoon In Paris (1971) and John Jones’s Collage. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Advertisers Gothic in use Clip Books of Line Art, Volk (1976)1976Harry Volk Jr. Art StudioPhoto(s) by Bart Solenthaler on Flickr. Staff Pick What a Drag by Homer Dickens1984Contributed by Florian Hardwig Sorry! Star Wars Millennium Falcon game board2014Ryan NoonanContributed by Ryan Noonan Sponsor More in Music Sha Na Na tour program (1973)1973Splinter GroupContributed by Florian Hardwig The Last Dreamers: Fifty years of Roskilde Festival by Anna Ullmannc. 2020e-TypesContributed by Playtype Foundry Joseph Allred – Cub Creek Blues (Blue Hole Recordings)2020Matthew BoteilhoContributed by Matthew Boteilho Staff Pick King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard album covers and promotional material (2014–2019)c. 2014Jason GaleaContributed by Noah Vladek Staff Pick More in Album Art The Young Rascals – Groovin’ album art1967Lynn RubinLoring EutemeyDino DanelliContributed by Florian Hardwig Talk Talk – “My Foolish Friend” single cover1983James MarshContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick “Call Me (Come Back Home)” / “What A Wonderful Thing Love Is” – Al Green1973Contributed by Garrison Martin Aerosmith’s Greatest Hits album art1980John BergJanet PerrPhoto(s) by Bart Solenthaler on Flickr. More Fonts In Use Brumath-Brocomagus — Capitale de la cité des Triboques2015Clémence MichonMichelinesLine CéloContributed by Production Type Staff Pick Os dias dos Turbin by Mikhail Bulgákov2018Bloco GráficoContributed by Swiss Typefaces Staff Pick Verse Lucht bicycle parking2006John KörmelingContributed by Matthijs Sluiter Staff Pick Cookin’ with Blue Note at Montreux album art1974unknownContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick
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Bernhard Wetz was fond of Advertisers Gothic. He also used it for other covers, incl. Stéphane Grappelli’s Afternoon In Paris (1971) and John Jones’s Collage.