Bad Record Covers (@BadAlbumCovers)
The latest Tweets from Bad Record Covers (@BadAlbumCovers). Tweeting bad and/or brilliant record covers. Mostly bad though. Submissions welcome. I don't care if the music is good. https://t.co/8kNRfFOoHZ
Download another cool and eclectic GAUTFONT Oogie Boogie – 254 glyphs, 4 weights. This jaunty and jazzy display face was originally inspired by a Robert Crumb comic I had seen somewhere. He in turn was obviously inspired by typefaces from the 20's and 30's. This is the updated version of one of the oldest, most popular and published GautFonts of all time. Download NOW.
Download another cool and eclectic GAUTFONT Research Design – 256 glyphs, 4 weights. Sleek retro sans with unusually tall capitals and ascenders, based on the hand-rendered title of the promotional house plan booklet "Research Designed Homes: Living Units". Based on a study by the Small Homes Council, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and sponsored by the Lumber Dealers Research Council it was published in 1951. The cover contained an area where lumber dealers could customize it…
Download another cool and eclectic GAUTFONT Dagwood Sandwich – 41 glyphs and vector art. If you’ve got a big appetite, this dingbat will get you infinite sandwich combinations as high as your eye. Inspired by the sandwich creations of Dagwood Bumstead as illustrated by Chic Young (and now by his son Dean) in the syndicated comic strip "Blondie" which has been in publication since 1930. To this day humongous sandwiches are still referred to by some as a Dagwood. Download NOW and dig in.
Download another cool and eclectic GAUTFONT Spooky Magic – 253 glyphs, 4 weights. This is the long-awaited updated version. Way before I became a font nerd, my friends and I on Clyde Street were magic nerds. Around 1974, my parents purchased for me a copy of the 1963 edition of "Spooky Magic" through the Scholastic Book Club at École élémentaire Notre Dame in Hamilton. Written by Larry Kettelkampx, this book was originally published in 1955 and featured photography. The 1963 edition was…
Download another cool and eclectic GAUTFONT Journey Beyond – 261 glyphs, 4 weights. Strong, stencil style based on the title of the 1975 shock documentary "Journey Into The Beyond". This film is a so-called investigation into the fringes of psychic spirituality narrated by John Carradine. It contains many real scenes of surgical procedures and other questionable fare. Some prints also featured a gimmicky horn that would sound before a particularly violent or gory scene to give you a chance…