Justin Hinds (1942–2005) and his backing vocal trio The Dominoes recorded myriad single tracks and less than a handful of record albums in the late seventies and eighties. Years before, Hinds had scored the monster hit that would remain his biggest claim to fame: “Carry Go Bring Come”, recorded in 1963 and released by Treasure Isle Records.
On both Jezebel (1976) and Just in Time (1978), either band or someone at Island Records decided to spell the singer’s last name as “Hines” instead of “Hinds”. Both albums featured artwork and design by London based design studio Bloomfield/Travis, pairing a portrait with contoured capitals of Quaint Roman.
Bloomfield/Travis designed the covers for many big names in reggae (like Burning Spear and Steel Pulse) but also worked for numerous post punk bands (like The Slits, for example). I have not been able to find information about how big the studio was, or who had what role, but a blog post on the Kamikazi Dub website reports that the studio worked with Jamaican designer Trevor Campbell, among others.