A truly font-astic collection from the golden age of stereo sound

Stereo Stack calls itself “a kaleidoscopic wonderland of high-fidelity and dual-dynamic vibrancy.” What that amounts to, in practice, is an ultra-cool collection of bachelor-pad-era graphics.

The single-page site—an online collaboration between Seattle’s Jive Time record store and the Project Thirty-Three cover-art blog—mashes dozens of images together. All of them advertise exactly the same thing (stereo sound), which makes their sheer, eye-popping variety all the more impressive. And when you’re done looking, you can scroll back up and reshuffle the whole stack.

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