The Kings of Dubrock – Fettuccini album art Contributed by Frank Grießhammer on Feb 19th, 2014. Artwork published in 2012. Source: www.fishbookletters.de License: All Rights Reserved. The wild mix of fonts and extensive stretching of type usually does not promise a great result, but in this case it works. I love it! I recommend this album. Typefaces Formats Album Art (3049) Topics Music (4598) Designers/Agencies Felix Schlüter (1) Tagged withJacques Palminger (1)Staatsakt (2)Kings of Dubrock (1)green (573)stretched type (367)faux vintage (114)red and green (113)type on an angle (935)stencil (351)1970s style (146)shadow effects (853) Artwork location Germany (2937) Hamburg (215) In Sets album cover (czebra.studios) (68) Colossal Combinations (Jay Mellor) (2041) vivid vintage bold blends (Thethan Borsby) (10) 4 Comments on “The Kings of Dubrock – Fettuccini album art” Jay Mellor says: Oct 26th, 2021 2:35 am The cover designer believes to be Felix Schlüter according to Discogs. Florian Hardwig says: Oct 26th, 2021 4:56 pm Thanks, Jay! Added. Jay Mellor says: Jan 7th, 2022 6:50 pm And don’t forget… Robby Woodward’s Ashby, from circa the 2000s used in the line voice parole. The back cover (above) shows Hawthorn as the tracklisting and Gill Kayo as the label code. Also, the RIC/JAC/VIC logo looks like Brandon Grotesque. Florian Hardwig says: Jan 8th, 2022 10:41 am Ashby! Thanks for putting this riddle to bed, Jay. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More in Music Last Summer by Eleanor Friedberger2011Maggie FostContributed by Stephen Coles Beatmaster – “Lipservice” single cover1984Steven MiglioMonica LynchContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick The Remains – The Remains album art1966Rich RussellContributed by Diego S. Sponsor More in Album Art Sound Pellegrino Album Art2010Ill StudioNicolas MalinowskyContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Hugh Masekela at Lincoln Center Philharmonic Hall concert poster (1967), Introducing Hedzoleh Soundz album art (1973)1967Milton GlaserContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick Ocean Drive – Lighthouse Family1995David James AssociatesContributed by Gareth Hague The Swinging Blue Jeans – “Hippy Hippy Shake” German single cover1966Photo(s) by Klaus Hiltscher on Flickr. More Fonts In Use Hölderlin Tower Museum2020Coast OfficeToussaint x Teachout2AV MedienContributed by Devin Teachout Staff Pick School of Visual Arts MFA Design2013The Original Champions of DesignContributed by Webtype Staff Pick Today’s People – Hello World Meet Today’s People album art1969Sandy HoffmanContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick Flip Wilson – You Devil You album art1968Haig AdishianPhoto(s) by Bart Solenthaler on Flickr. Staff Pick Slaughterhouse Five, first edition1969Paul BaconContributed by Nick Sherman Staff Pick Die Sehnsucht der Veronika Voss (1982) title sequence1982Contributed by Christian Annyas Staff Pick Royal Drawing School identity2014John Morgan studioContributed by Frode Helland (Monokrom Skriftforlag) Staff Pick Anxy magazine No. 3, “The Boundaries Issue”2018Livia FoldesIndhira RojasAlma AvilaContributed by Gareth Hague Staff Pick
4 Comments on “The Kings of Dubrock – Fettuccini album art”
The cover designer believes to be Felix Schlüter according to Discogs.
Thanks, Jay! Added.
And don’t forget… Robby Woodward’s Ashby, from circa the 2000s used in the line voice parole.
The back cover (above) shows Hawthorn as the tracklisting and Gill Kayo as the label code. Also, the RIC/JAC/VIC logo looks like Brandon Grotesque.
Ashby! Thanks for putting this riddle to bed, Jay.