Mar 10, 2009

by English Muse




Found on illustrator Helen Dardik’s fantastic blog, Orange You Lucky. Lucky to find you Ms. Orange!

UPDATE. Comment from Miranda:
I miss record jackets, particularly the big LP ones. They always looked so good propped in front of the stereo. . .like a rotating art exhibit.

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8 Responses to “A Plateful of Records…”

  1. Micah says:

    Tina, I’ve been reading your blog on the QT for about three weeks now and lovelovelove it. After a crazy day at work, I clicked over to see what you are up to today and I must say j’adore the record sleeves. So happy!

    Thanks for all you do to make the world a more colorful place.
    -Micah

  2. Tina says:

    Thank you Micah!! You made my day!

  3. Miranda says:

    I miss record jackets, particularly the big LP ones. They alway looked so good propped in front of the stereo. . .like a rotating art exhibit.

  4. Jen Zahigian says:

    Hi Tina, Thought I’d refer you to the “4 Square Record Frame” by Able+Baker, a small Oakland, CA design company (www.ableandbakerdesign.com.) This frame is a perfect way to display records and make a rotating art exhibit. I have a couple hanging in my house and they’re a lot of fun!

    I’m a big fan of album art and love the post – thank you.

  5. alice says:

    Hi Tina, I’m so glad that you stopped by my blog and became a follower. It brought me to your wonderful blog. I’m really enjoying it!

  6. Leigh says:

    Timeless vintage, nothing barley compares. :))

  7. Lynne says:

    I’ve just seen some photos somewhere recently of these frames you can buy which are the perfect size for framing old LPs. Must find where that was…

  8. The Cottage Cheese says:

    Orange you Lucky is a fantastic blog, and Helen’s illustrations are too cool! I envy her talent…

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