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Peter Saville is a legendary album cover designer. Hes best known for his Joy Division and New Order covers, but has also done work for Pulp, Suede and Roxy Music.

Peter Saville is a legendary album cover designer. Hes best known for his Joy Division and New Order covers, but has also done work for Pulp, Suede and Roxy Music.

Peter Saville's career kicked off after designing posters for The Haçienda nightclub in Manchester, run by the Factory Records label.

Design by Peter Saville

“The Haçienda must be built!” y la deconstrucción del altruismo musical

10 iconic record label designs - Book Local Traders --> https://SnipTask.com

12 iconic record label designs

The Factory Poster. Peter Saville, 1978 Eye magazine,

otro poco de inspiración: referentes de deconstrucción y gráficas punk espero les sean útiles... dale que falta pocooo! April Greiman...

Peter Saville's visual alphabet for New Order's 'Power, Corruption and Lies' album (1983). I'm appropriating it for my own website - hopefully!

Peter Saville & New Order’s Colour Code

Peter Saville's visual alphabet for New Order's 'Power, Corruption and Lies' album (1983). I'm appropriating it for my own website - hopefully!

Next New Order Album (it’s an anthology from Joy Division to New Order, plus one unreleased New Order track). Also a great article on the history of their album art work.

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

Logo for the city of Manchester, England, by Peter Saville. Логотип Манчестера, Англия, дизайнер Питер Сэвилл. #city_brand 2010

Logo for the city of Manchester, England, by Peter Saville. Логотип Манчестера, Англия, дизайнер Питер Сэвилл. #city_brand 2010

True Faith, New Order (Factory, 1987). “This was a first work from real life. In 1986, I happened to have a trauma in my personal life and it made me very attuned to the world around me. Suddenly, I had no filters. I was parking the car one night and a leaf drifted by the window and I thought, ‘That’s so beautiful.’ It was framed by the windscreen, which is probably why I saw it as an image. So we did a leaf.”

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

True Faith, New Order (Factory, 1987). “This was a first work from real life. In 1986, I happened to have a trauma in my personal life and it made me very attuned to the world around me. Suddenly, I had no filters. I was parking the car one night and a leaf drifted by the window and I thought, ‘That’s so beautiful.’ It was framed by the windscreen, which is probably why I saw it as an image. So we did a leaf.”

New Order - Technique (1989 Factory Records) Design: Peter Saville

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

New Order's "Blue Monday 1988" 12" cover, by Peter Saville for Factory Records, 1988.

New Order's "Blue Monday 1988" 12" cover, by Peter Saville for Factory Records, 1988.

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