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Betty Davis – They Say I’m Different album art, Just Sunshine Records logo

Contributed by Elise Carlton on Jul 4th, 2020. Artwork published in .
    Vinyl release, front cover.
    Source: https://www.discogs.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Vinyl release, front cover.

    They Say I’m Different is the second studio album by Betty Davis (b. 1945). It was released in 1974 on Just Sunshine. The cover was designed by Ron Levine, with art direction by Bill Levy and photography by Mel Dixon. Kaisik Wong designed the costume.

    The jagged caps are from Sini Aztec, designed by Anthony Sini and offered by Photo-Lettering in solid and outlined styles. In 2011, Jess Collins digitized it for House Industries. The track names and other small print is in Trade Gothic Bold Extended.

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    Vinyl release, back cover.
    Source: https://pantherecords.com The Collector. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Vinyl release, back cover.

    Adaptation for a CD (?) re-release, with bigger type in two lines, stacked and justified.
    Source: https://www.amazon.de License: All Rights Reserved.

    Adaptation for a CD (?) re-release, with bigger type in two lines, stacked and justified.

    Center-aligned credits in  Bold Extended, from the inner gatefold.
    Source: https://styrous.blogspot.com Photo: Styrous. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Center-aligned credits in Trade Gothic Bold Extended, from the inner gatefold.

    The Just Sunshine Records logo as seen on the labels uses an outlined style of , with orange fill and set on a curve. The black text appears to be in an adaptation of , with some of its alternate glyphs.
    Source: https://styrous.blogspot.com Photo: Styrous. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Just Sunshine Records logo as seen on the labels uses an outlined style of Nelson Cumulus, with orange fill and set on a curve. The black text appears to be in an adaptation of Vogue, with some of its alternate glyphs.

    The distributor’s line uses .
    Source: https://styrous.blogspot.com Photo: Styrous. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The distributor’s line uses Optima.

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    • Sini Aztec
    • Trade Gothic
    • Nelson Cumulus
    • Vogue
    • Optima

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