Offenbach – Saint-Chrone De Néant album art Contributed by Jorge Iván Moreno Majul on Jul 6th, 2020. Artwork published in 1973. Source: johnkatsmc5.blogspot.com License: All Rights Reserved. Saint-Chrone de Néant by Canadian prog rock band Offenbach was recorded live at the Oratoire Saint-Joseph, Montréal, Québec, on 30 November 1972. Design concept by Jacques Bourassa, using parts of the Aldo Novarese’s typeface Stop to mask a photograph by Bernard Nobert. [More info on Discogs] Source: www.discogs.com Discogs. License: All Rights Reserved. The title is set in caps from Data 70, a Letraset original by Bob Newman. The image is too small to identify the sans serif. Note the use of left- and right-aligned text. Source: www.discogs.com Discogs. License: All Rights Reserved. Track list with a vintage poster and ticket, as reproduced in the CD booklet of a 2008 re-release. Source: www.discogs.com Discogs. License: All Rights Reserved. The band and their album. Typefaces Formats Album Art (3059) Topics Music (4615) Designers/Agencies Jacques Bourassa (1) Tagged withtype as pattern/ornament (158)1970s albums (252)tight letterspacing (658)tight linespacing (258)vinyl records (2507)dry transfer lettering (136)repurposed glyphs (170)rotated/upside-down glyphs (179)progressive rock (50)live albums (62)psychedelic rock (80)hard rock (31)type with image fill (128)deconstruction (58)red (672)Offenbach (band) (1)Barclay Records (8)album records (1877)piles of glyphs (108)vinyl records (2507) Artwork location Canada (587) In Sets Letraset (Florian Hardwig) (420) LPs (Pavel Fuksa) (60) 2 Comments on “Offenbach – Saint-Chrone De Néant album art” Dan Reynolds says: Jul 8th, 2020 7:16 am This is so unbelievably great! Florian Hardwig says: Jul 8th, 2020 10:19 am I knew you’ll love this, Dan. I’d like to believe the band named itself after the city, but the composer strikes me as more likely. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Stop in use Omar Rayo exhibitions catalogues and posters (circa 1972–1985)c. 1972Museo La TertuliaunknownContributed by Jorge Iván Moreno Majul Staff Pick Paradroid cassette inlayc. 1985unknownContributed by Phil Strahl Maxi-Movers Chem-TainerPhoto(s) by Miguel Sousa on Flickr. Sponsor More in Music Dynamo youth center building and logo1988diederendirrixContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Musique Action Festival2012Hugo RousselStudio PunkatContributed by Fonts In Use Staff SSD, Negative FX, Double 0, and G.I.’s show flyer1982Contributed by Nick Sherman Staff Pick New York Philharmonic Orchestra identity2022OgilvyContributed by F37® More in Album Art Hüsker Dü – “Makes No Sense At All” / “Love Is All Around” single cover1985Contributed by Florian Hardwig Charley Pride – Pride Of Country Music album art1967unknownPhoto(s) by Bart Solenthaler on Flickr. Billy Swan – I Can Help album art1974Bill BarnesJulie HolinerContributed by Garrison Martin Silfurkórinn – Rokk rokk rokk album art1979Contributed by Sverrir Pálsson More Fonts In Use Paul & The Microcosm × Wenzel Rehbach2022Lara LiskeContributed by Lara Liske Staff Pick Crash: Homage to JG Ballard at the Gagosian Gallery2010Graphic Thought FacilityContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick Crossing Collection – A/W 2023 by Lanificio Cerruti2022Pitis e AssociatiContributed by Production Type Staff Pick The Mozart, Salzburgc. 2019Bruch—Idee&FormContributed by Kurt Glänzer Staff Pick
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This is so unbelievably great!
I knew you’ll love this, Dan. I’d like to believe the band named itself after the city, but the composer strikes me as more likely.