Learn To Hustle album art (Groove Sound) Photo(s) by Bart Solenthaler. Imported from Flickr on Aug 5, 2020. Artwork published in 1976. Source: www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Bart Solenthaler and tagged with “prisma” and “antiqueolive”. License: All Rights Reserved. Prisma on the cover of Learn to Hustle from 1976. Designed by Rudolf Koch as a display companion to Kabel and first cast by the Klingspor foundry in 1930, Prisma is the trailblazer of modern multiline typefaces. It saw a reappraisal in the late 1960s and 1970s, spawning new interpretations including ITC Neon, Futura Prisma & Prisma Graphic, Bauhaus Prisma & Prisma Bauhaus. It’s easy! It’s fun! Great for parties! You can do the Hustle, Bus Stop, Latin Hustle, The Walk and the Fox Trot. […] Instructions by Jeff & Jack Shelley The same album was also marketed under the titel Learn Disco Dancing. Photography by Dick Kranzler. Groove Sound was a short-lived sublabel of MCA Records. [More info on Discogs] Typefaces Formats Album Art (2931) Topics Music (4428) Performing Arts (688) Tagged withGroove Sound Records (1)album records (1782)dance (141)1970s (1218)reversed type (2382)stacked and justified (508)disco (68)instructional (83)vinyl records (2408) Artwork location United States (7220) New York City (1986) In Sets Bart Solenthaler Collection (Fonts In Use Staff) (353) Beautiful Typesetting (Lucas Bevilaqua) (315) Favourites (Lucas Bevilaqua) (370) 1 Comment on “Learn To Hustle album art (Groove Sound)” Florian Hardwig says: Aug 5th, 2020 1:51 pm See also Do the Hustle from the same year. The covers for that series use ITC Neon, a reinterpretation of Prisma with rounded and partly connected lines that resemble neon tubes. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Prisma in use Kurtis Blow – “The Breaks” single cover1980unknownContributed by Herb Lubalin Study Center Pink Floyd – “Money” French and German single covers1973Contributed by Brett Favre “First for First Aid” ad by Boots the Chemistsc. 1937FittonC. Vernon & SonsPhoto(s) by mikeyashworth on Flickr. Sponsor More in Performing Arts Opernkosmos2015formduscheContributed by formdusche Berlin Rolling Stone, April and October 20022002Rolling StoneContributed by Gareth Hague Remnants libretto cover2017A Practice for Everyday LifeContributed by Anna Lisa Reynolds “Danse!” for Zone À Danser2020Aéro ClubClémence PassotMagali BruederContributed by Aéro Club More in Album Art They Might Be Giants – I Like Fun album art2018Paul SahreContributed by Jack Grimes Staff Pick Maus Lençóis by Quelle Dead Gazellec. 2016Studio PyramidContributed by Beatriz Coias AC/DC – High Voltage album art1975unknownPhoto(s) by Klaus Hiltscher on Flickr. Bertrand Belin – Grande Plage record cover2016Brest Brest BrestContributed by 205TF More Fonts In Use U.S.A. Surpasses All The Genocide Records! poster and fact sheet1966George MaciunasFluxusContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Brasingles series, Selva Discosc. 2018unknownContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick Scoop2017ScoopContributed by Or Type Staff Pick PSL2011Konst & TeknikContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick
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See also Do the Hustle from the same year. The covers for that series use ITC Neon, a reinterpretation of Prisma with rounded and partly connected lines that resemble neon tubes.