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Jim Flora (best known for his distinctive and idiosyncratic album cover art for RCA Victor and Columbia Records during the 1940s and 1950s, was also a prolific commercial illustrator from the 1940s to the 1970s and the author/illustrator of 17 popular children's books.)
Mambo for Cats Vinyl Record, Cover Illustration by Jim Flora
Original Album Cover Art on your Wall. Jim Flora (1914-1998) designed dozens of album covers for Columbia Records and RCA Victor during the 1940s and 1950s. This 1955 Mambo for Cats design is one of his best-known works. Art print from Hypergallery.
Mambo For Cats (art: Jim Flora)
@riceandbeanz's photo: "#Vintage #Vinyl. "Mambo for Cats" 1955 Cover art by graphic design master Jim Flora ______________________________________ #JimFlora #art #Mambo #Riceandbeanz"
Cocktail Pattern | Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design
Daphne Padden Cover of Gala Menu for P & O (Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company)
Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design
Charley Harper | Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design
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Earth split into half in terms of day and night. The city being more fun at night and the plant life working better under the sun.
MID-CENTURIA : Art, Design and Decor from the Mid-Century and beyond: Mid-Century Album Covers
(How to Grow) Better House Plants, 1952. No artist mentioned, but could be Albert Aquino.
1956 ad from from gebrauchsgraphik no 2- Fantastich. It's all about the balance! Immer relevant.