Not long ago, my parents were cleaning out their attic, and sent me a bunch of old records (remember those things?) from when I and my brother were kids. I thought they were too cool not to share – some for the memories, some for the interesting album artwork. So, here are some of the pics (if you click through, you can see full size on flickr [or go to the set here])
Some of the Covers: Robin Hood! Snoopy vs the Red Baron!
Covers: Albums, Singles, and Singles with Books
The Cover art from Victor Borge telling Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales. I loved this as a kid, I would just stare at the picture. It’s by Arthur Szyk (http://szyk.com/)
Check out this really weird Sesame Street art. I’m not sure if they were being avant garde, or couldn’t get the rights to draw the actual muppets..
This album taught you how to do math with Jiminy Cricket.. I swear I still remember these songs and I think they helped me learn my multiplication tables!
The back of Snoopy vs the Red Baron, the story of Victor Borge, and the very 70s cut paper artwork of A is for Animals (I liked the song “Animal Fair”)
Hey! Check out some of my early artwork on the inside of Brer Rabbit!
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