(Above) The design for this 1960s A&M record sleeve uses a dynamic graphic of typographic circles.
(Above) COED Records. Maybe the designer put to use some extra registration marks for the brand.
(Above) This sleeve uses a bold, Pac Man-like font for this Columbia Records sleeve.
(Above) An early UK Capitol Records sleeve from the 1950s.
(Above) Great use of the center die cut for this A&M Record’s sleeve.
(Above) This 1-color record sleeve for Capitol Records rocks with the use of red ink on the brown paper.
(Above) Columbia Records: here’s a very fun all-over pattern.
(Above) Columbia Records of Canada: here’s a fun b&w pattern. Note the innovative perforated corner for record number and price.
(Above) The colors and font for this Cotillion Record Company sleeve (1969 -73) would be a hit with the Goth crowd today.
(Above) Remember when Op art was the rage? Atlantic company sleeve. (1963 - 67)

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