3 thoughts on “King Crimson Album Art: A Band With No Logo

  1. The cover art from “The Power to Believe” CD is taken from the PJ Crook paint­ing “Fin de Siecle”. She painted this in 1999 and it trans­lates as “End of the Cen­tury”, not The Power to Believe. The mes­sage of the paint­ing and title is that as the world was mov­ing from the vio­lence of the 20th cen­tury (WW1, WW2, Korea, Viet Nam…) into the 21st, not much has changed.

  2. Larks’ Tongues in Aspic and Star­less and Bible Black both fea­tured a con­sis­tent sans-serif typo­graphic style on their back covers.”

    It’s serif type on those cov­ers, not sans-serif.

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