Next: a collection of 1950s designs


The next section of my collection of record covers is this: designs I like that don’t fit any other pattern I have shown. In other words, these are covers that aren’t by a particular designer I have already mentioned, and that aren’t on a label that I particularly like. This post is Zondervan and Word – religious labels. Most designs on these two companies are remarkably vernacular. But these few I really like. Word is a big label, 1000s of releases over a long period. Most of those are serviceable, one can tell what kind of music it is, but no one would hang it on the wall. These few covers, from an early period, are reminiscent of designs on more major labels of the period, and are reasonably beautiful.

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