Cheetah is an EP record by British electronic musician Richard D. James, released under his moniker Aphex Twin. According to Wikipedia “The name is a reference to Cheetah Marketing, a British manufacturer of microcomputer peripherals and electronic musical instruments in the 1980s (such as the MS800 namechecked in two of the EP’s track titles).”
Ian Anderson’s design studio The Designers Republic designed the artwork. The album title is set in ITC Busoramaand Aphex Twin in Harlow. The tail of the T was cut off – to improve the readability and make the band name easier to identify? The sticker on the back cover uses Eurostilefor the track listing, paired with and unidentified sans serif for additional information.