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Sleeve for Van Halen’s most successful single. Released in December 1983, “Jump” reached number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
The design features a black-and-white adaptation of the cover art from the band’s then upcoming album 1984. The airbrush painting by Margo Nahas shows a putto stealing cigarettes. From Wikipedia:
The model was Carter Helm, who was the child of one of Nahas’ best friends, whom she photographed holding a candy cigarette. The front cover was censored in the UK at the time of the album’s release. It featured a sticker that obscured the cigarette in the putto’s hand and the pack of cigarettes.
The band name uses Initiales Cristal, an all-caps typeface designed by Rémy Peignot with the help of Adrian Frutiger and first released by Deberny & Peignot in 1953. The decorated Latin caps were reversed, outlined, and stretched for the application. The script used for the title in the speech balloon is Edwin W. Shaar’s Flash Bold (Intertype, 1940).