Design is fine. History is mine.

Imagine a time with no computers.

John Berg, artwork for Sly and the Family Stone, Fresh, 1973. CBS. 📷 Richard Avedon.

"And there were the times when I was just plain lucky, as with Richard Avedon’s photo of a leaping and pointing Sly Stone. I chose the picture from the shoot and cropped it slightly to have the pointing finger touch the edge of the cover." John Berg, via aiga

(Source: the-coverdown.blogspot.de)

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    The top two photos define exuberance. "I think this Avedon guy might have some talent," says Captain Oblivious.
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