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Another example of album cover using Plymouth in a more considerate manner (for example alternating the weathered and non-weathered letters) is Elton John’s Tumbleweed Connection.
Source: Typography.Guru and Wikipedia (FI) for the picture.
Thanks, Riccardo. Do you want to submit this cover so that we can add a dedicated post to the Collection?
I thought about it, then laziness got the best of me… ;-)
I’m not really sure it would add much more value as a standalone entry rather than a comment.
But, you know, laziness and all that…
I’m not really sure it would add much more value as a standalone entry
Oh, it certainly does! For example, imagine someone checking the page for Uses tagged with “Elton John” … as a comment, it won’t show up there. Same if a reader only quickly checks the thumbnails for Plymouth in use. Not to mention the whole thing about meta data and credits – who designed this? when and where? etc. – which is central to our mission. I get that preparing a submission takes a little more effort than writing a comment, but I’d argue the difference is neglegible.
OK, I submitted the entry (for The Cure album covers, I have some difficulties sourcing decent quality images).