Announcing a new Meetup for The NYC Vinyl Meetup!
What: Five Hundred 45s: A Graphic History of the Seven-Inch Record - Word Brooklyn
When: Tuesday, June 8,[masked]:30 PM
Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)
Hey guys, just passing this along. I won't be at this event because of a prior engagement, but I thought some of you might find this interesting enough to attend. I would go if I didn't have other commitments.
126 Franklin St
Brooklyn, New York[masked]
Word Brooklyn is having a discussion and show & tell/release party for the new book 'Five Hundred 45s: A Graphic History of the Seven-Inch Record'. Event is co-sponsored by Permanent Records.
Compiled by well-known designers and authors Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz, Five Hundred 45s contains more than 500 examples of striking seven-inch record sleeve design across every genre of music and its great musicians?all reproduced at full size. This gorgeous book includes a foreword by Lenny Kaye, music critic and guitarist for the Patti Smith Group, as well as essays offering diverse perspectives on the subject by avid collectors, industry insiders, and designers. The book is organized into thematic chapters, with a mix of dynamic, visually inspiring pairings on every spread. A discography at the back provides complete information for each sleeve, rounding out this highly collectible volume.
About the Author
Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz are award-winning creative directors, designers, authors, curators, and packagers specializing in music and pop-culture books. Their many published works have covered diverse subjects within these genres: film animation and special effects, movie and rock posters, rock photography, graphic and Web design, and typography. They have designed for artists such as U2, Lou Reed, The Velvet Underground, Leonard Cohen, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ramones, Talking Heads, The Pretenders, Joan Jett, and Bon Jovi. Drate was a four-time judge on the Grammy music packaging committee, co-designed the Grammy Award?nominated album package Talking Heads: Fear of Music, and wrote 45 RPM, the first visual history book on the 45 record sleeve. They both live and work in New York City.
More info belowhttp://www.wordbrooklyn.com/event/five-hundred-45s-graphic-history-seven-inch-record
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