Dr. Edward Teller - The Size And Nature Of The Universe / The Theory Of Relativity Album
|1||The Theory Of Relativity|
|2||The Size And Nature Of The Universe|
|735||Dr. Edward Teller||The Size And Nature Of The Universe / The Theory Of Relativity (LP)||Spoken Arts||735||US||1957|
- Artwork – Erik Nitsche
- Design Concept – Erik Nitsche
- Directed By – Arthur Luce Klein
Presented in collaboration with General Dynamics Corporation.
Gatefold inside pocket includes 2 separate booklets; one containing 34 pages (7¼ x 9¾ inches) cartoon-style with illustrations of the history and the Atomic revolution.
The second booklet has 16 pages (10¼ x 11¾ inches) Art-style, full color paintings and notes, titled "Exploring The Universe".
No artist name is credited to the illustration booklets, at the exception of the larger one; the initials "E.N." appears on all the paintings.
Also, a map of the stars and the universe was included in my copy.
There is no date on the actual gatefold or record, but "1957" appears printed on a couple of the materials supplied with this recording (see all images)
This record was released as a promotional recording in 1957 by the General Dynamics corporation. The art direction, elaborate packaging design and much of the original artwork included in the packaging was produced by Erik Nitsche, the head of design for GD at the time. Nitsche is widely regarded as a pioneer of modernist design of the 20th Century, and this LP cover showcases one of his most well known posters from the "Atoms for Peace" program that was started a few years earlier than 1957. Though not officially credited in the packaging, this project is the product of Nitsche and is most frequently sought after by collectors who desire his work.
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): H8-OP-8240
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): H8-OP-8241
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): H8-OP8240-1 A2 R
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): H8-OP8241-1 A1 R
- Marketed By – General Dynamics Corporation
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway
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