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Paula Abdul – Forever Your Girl album art

Contributed by Quentin Delaunay on Mar 6th, 2021. Artwork published in .
    Paula Abdul – Forever Your Girl album art 1
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    Imre Reiner’s Corvinus (Bauer, 1934) was used by Lynn Robb for the album design of Forever Your Girl. The high-contrast serif with vertical contrast axis is used exclusively in all caps, and is combined with photography by Alberto Tolot. [More info on Discogs]

    From Wikipedia:

    Forever Your Girl is the debut studio album by American singer Paula Abdul. It was released on June 21, 1988 through Virgin Records. The album was Abdul’s breakthrough into the music industry after being a choreographer for high-profile artists including George Michael, ZZ Top, Duran Duran and most notably Janet Jackson. At the time of the album’s release it was the most successful debut album of all time and was the first time an artist scored four US Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles from a debut album.

    The song names are set , in several widths, some of which apparently made by stretching.
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    The song names are set stacked and justified, in several widths, some of which apparently made by stretching.

    Back cover of the compact disc.
    License: All Rights Reserved.

    Back cover of the compact disc.

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