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Yes, all of them!
what a fantastic stab of nostalgia
Wow! This is so erie...your mixtape art is almost identical to mine! The art. The bands. I need to dig mine up and post them!
So awesome. It was definitely a skill to aesthetically decorate those thin cassette tape spines. lol especially when you featured more than one band on a tape.
We definitely kept those colored marker, Sharpies and ink pen companies in business, didn't we? 2 kewl for words that you were able to preserve these…dang and you had TONS! Thanks for sharing this lost art.
The Lost Art of Cassette Design by Steve Vistaunet
The Lost Art of Cassette Design (Part IV) by Steve Vistaunet.
The lost art of cassette tape spines
circa 1955 / Design: Erik Nitsche
Fahrenheit 451 with a strike zone on the spine and a match on the cover.
William Faulkner, The Bear, cover by Per Åhlin, 1964
3 Tragedies. Federico García Lorca.
Kate Pierson B52s