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Credit: Factory Records True FaithNew 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. I went to Windsor Great Park wi…

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

Credit: Factory Records TechniqueNew Order (Factory, 1989)I’d moved on from being interested in 80s consu...

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

New Order - Technique. Cover design by Peter Saville, photography by Trevor Key

NEW ORDER Procession c/w Everything's Gone Green. Early single Factory records FAC 53 from 1981. Arose from ashes of Joy Division via Flickr.

New Order "Procession c/w Everything's gone green" by Peter Saville / Factory 1981 / FAC 53

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Flyer Goodness: Art of the Factory Records family - The Hacienda, Peter Saville, Joy Division, New Order

Flyer Goodness: Art of the Factory Records family - The Hacienda, Peter Saville, Joy Division, New Order

Unknown Pleasures - Joy Division (Factory, 1979): "This was the first and only time that the band gave me something that they’d like for a cover."

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

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

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

"Fifty years after the railway posters, Factory Records set the style which made Manchester look different. I was very surprised to arrive in London and discover that not everything worth finding out about happened in sans serif.  Or that the clubs were nowhere near as interesting."   Designed by Peter Saville for The Hacienda.

Admit one May 20 1987 adv conc Hacienda Birthday & anniversary event poster

Flyer Goodness: Art of the Factory Records family - The Hacienda, Peter Saville, Joy Division, New Order

Flyer Goodness: Art of the Factory Records family - The Hacienda, Peter Saville, Joy Division, New Order

Flyer Goodness: Art of the Factory Records family - The Hacienda, Peter Saville, Joy Division, New Order

Flyer Goodness: Art of the Factory Records family - The Hacienda, Peter Saville, Joy Division, New Order

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