from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A foldout, especially one that opens to double the page size.
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- n. An overlarge page that is folded into a book or magazine; a foldout
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an oversize page that is folded in to a book or magazine
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A gatefold is a page which requires unfolding to view--like a Playboy centerfold--and is usually an extension of a normal page.
It is also reproduced, along with an accompanying gatefold featuring the New York Times 'page one story about the sale, at the center of 50 Years at Pace's splashy catalogue, which includes more than 250 full color illustrations, and, given its heft and embossed title, resembles a tombstone.
Issue #39 was our special holofoil gatefold cover special edition.
#1: Yeah, the pinup gatefold form-factor is similar ... but that's neglecting the "infinite depth of field" effect that he's getting out of these panoramics, since he's able to focus separately on near and far field.
More inch-high plastic men references come courtesy of Steve Roberts: "On Peter Hammill's 1973 album Chameleon in the Shadow of the Night, within the gatefold sleeve reference is made to: 'ANCILLARIES … and Subbutio sic Poland 3 Scotland 2.'"
Released in 1972, with its iconic gatefold cover depicting a medieval warrior and a UFO, Argus is the seminal 70s record.
Collection includes linen-covered showcase box with complete LP artwork book, US/UK discographies, patented Box of Vision® CD storage system, front covers, back covers and gatefold artwork for all of the original UK studio albums, all of the unique US studio album artwork , the complete LP booklets from Magical Mystery Tour, the complete Anthology Series artwork and booklets in LP size and rarely seen LP booklets from Let It Be...
Jack White makes music for the days when you kept the bedroom door closed and hid under your headphones behind a double gatefold.
Stefano Tonchi: We are going to run with the three covers -- it's a triple gatefold, which they'd never done.
Stefano Tonchi: We are going to run with the three covers -- it's a triple gatefold, ...