Cover for the 1991 Accolade, Inc. computer game software catalog, featuring a mix of seemingly incompatible fonts, which was a popular post-modern trend in the late 1980s and early 1990s. From Wikipedia:
Accolade, Inc. (later Infogrames North America, Inc.) was an American video game developer and publisher based in San Jose, California. The company was founded as Accolade in 1984 by Alan Miller and Bob Whitehead, who had previously co-founded Activisionin 1979. The company became known for numerous sports game series, including HardBall!, Jack Nicklaus and Test Drive.
Other type treatments found in the catalog’s interior pages can be seen at the Internet Archive.