Stone the Crows – Stone the Crows album art Photo(s) by Klaus Hiltscher. Imported from Flickr on Oct 30, 2021. Artwork published in 1970. Source: www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Klaus Hiltscher and tagged with “rusticno2”. License: All Rights Reserved. Self-titled debut album by Stone the Crows, a blues-rock band formed in Glasgow in late 1969, released with Polydor in 1970. The design is by David Juniper, who had worked on Led Zeppelin’s II album shortly before. Rustic No. 2 arguably is one of the scarecrowiest typefaces there is. [More info on Discogs] Source: www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Klaus Hiltscher and tagged with “pluto”. License: All Rights Reserved. The stage lettering shows the band name in bichromatic Pluto. Credits and track list are set in Futura. Source: www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Klaus Hiltscher. License: All Rights Reserved. Typefaces Formats Album Art (3059) Topics Music (4615) Designers/Agencies David Juniper (2) Tagged withStone the Crows (1)Polydor Records (68)album records (1877)vinyl records (2507)1970s albums (252)blues rock (26)gatefold (72)illustration (1096)crows/ravens (8)scarecrows (1)colorful/multicolored (919)plants (69)shadow effects (855)type integrated with image (311)type on a curve (750)chromatic (548)track listings (747)credits (148) Artwork location United Kingdom (2497) In Sets Colossal Combinations (Jay Mellor) (2041) Jay Mellor says: Oct 31st, 2021 12:56 am Caw! This is a legit piece of those treasures of rock n’ roll in the early 1970s. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Rustic No. 2 in use Traffic – John Barleycorn Must Die album art1970Mike SidaContributed by Fonts In Use Staff Good Old Country & Western Songs album artc. 1970unknownContributed by Love Lagerkvist Hawaiian Holiday with Johnny Pineapple & his Orchestra album art1965unknownContributed by Florian Hardwig Sponsor More in Music Jarman Shoes for Men presents: High Steppin’ Country1975Photo(s) by Bart Solenthaler on Flickr. Spiller feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love) album art2022Giorgio SpillerContributed by Jan Maack Modest Mouse, 764-HERO, The Minus 5 at V.U.Lounge1997Art ChantryContributed by Stephen Coles CCEBA – Centro Cultural de España En Buenos Airesc. 2004Bernado + CelisContributed by Gareth Hague Staff Pick More in Album Art Grumbleweeds – In A Teknikolor Dreem album art1972unknownContributed by Florian Hardwig Fats Domino – “Let The Four Winds Blow” / “Jambalaya (On The Bayou)”c. 1966unknownContributed by Florian Hardwig Luís Bittencourt – Instrumentalities and Audible Volitions album art2023David MatosShutupandanceContributed by David Matos Creole Kings of New Orleans: Volume 1 and2 album artc. 1992unknownContributed by Bryson Stohr Staff Pick More Fonts In Use Will Self book coversGreg HeinimannContributed by Indra Kupferschmid Staff Pick Hank Mobley – Dippin’ album art1965Reid MilesContributed by Rob Hudson Staff Pick Jovan Dezort2014Markéta ColeAsk DesignersContributed by TypeTogether Staff Pick Rochelle Amour2019Agyei ArcherRochelle AmourAndel HusbandsContributed by Stephen Nixon Staff Pick
Caw! This is a legit piece of those treasures of rock n’ roll in the early 1970s.