Quartermaine with color fill for the Portuguese cover of a single with psychedelic rock and Spanish lyrics, produced by Johnny Galvão (1942–2021) and released by CBS Records in 1973. It’s the only release credited to Oveja Negra (“black sheep”). The sleeve design is by Gráficos Reunidos in Porto, who were avid users of hot new faces for dry transfer lettering, like Mecanorma’s Lucky, Dreamline, and Puff Wind. Designed by Stuart Longley for Face Photosetting, Quartermaine Square Shadow was available from Mecanorma’s big competitor Letraset.
With the color fill, the difference between the C and G glyphs in Quartermaine becomes even smaller than it already is in the original design. The designers played it safe and repurposed a tilde as G bar. They likewise used tildes for the hyphens in the band name.