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

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."

Cover Culture : The best of sleeve designs and visual works for music: New Order - Blue Monday

Cover Culture : The best of sleeve designs and visual works for music: New Order - Blue Monday

Cover Culture : The best of sleeve designs and visual works for music: New Order - Blue Monday

Cover Culture : The best of sleeve designs and visual works for music: New Order - Blue Monday

New Order. Born from the ashes of Joy Division, the band probably had the single best alternative dance song of the 1980's with "Bizarre Love Triangle." Their use of electronics, simple guitar riffs but melodic bass guitar lines gave them a very unique sound.

New Order. Born from the ashes of Joy Division, the band probably had the single best alternative dance song of the 1980's with "Bizarre Love Triangle." Their use of electronics, simple guitar riffs but melodic bass guitar lines gave them a very unique sound.

New Order are an English rock band formed in 1980. The band currently consists of Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman. The band was formed in 1980 by Sumner (vocals, guitars, keyboards and synthesisers), Peter Hook (bass and vocals) and Morris (drums, electronic drums, keyboards and synthesisers) – the remaining members of Joy Division, following the suicide of vocalist Ian Curtis – with the addition of Gilbert (keyboards, synthesisers and…

New Order are an English rock band formed in 1980. The band currently consists of Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman. The band was formed in 1980 by Sumner (vocals, guitars, keyboards and synthesisers), Peter Hook (bass and vocals) and Morris (drums, electronic drums, keyboards and synthesisers) – the remaining members of Joy Division, following the suicide of vocalist Ian Curtis – with the addition of Gilbert (keyboards, synthesisers and…

New Order poster from the 80s....wish I still had it! This style of work looks similar to some of the work produced by three colour layer on Photoshop. I hope to use this with the red white and blue colours to form an English flag theme.

New Order poster from the 80s....wish I still had it! This style of work looks similar to some of the work produced by three colour layer on Photoshop. I hope to use this with the red white and blue colours to form an English flag theme.

New Order - Don't get angry but I like New Order more than Joy Division

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New Order - Blue Monday............sorry not an inspired choice but sums up today!!

New Order - Blue Monday............sorry not an inspired choice but sums up today!!

New Order, Paradise Garage, New York City, photo by Kevin Cummins 1983

New Order, Paradise Garage, New York City, photo by Kevin Cummins 1983

Joy Division. Post punk, new wave band with an ironic name. "Love Will Tear Us Apart" was one of their most commercially successful songs, but it was about a crumbeling marriage. The title was a reference to the perky pop song "Love Will Keep Us Together". The band evolved into New Order after Ian Curtis committed suicide.

Joy Division. Post punk, new wave band with an ironic name. "Love Will Tear Us Apart" was one of their most commercially successful songs, but it was about a crumbeling marriage. The title was a reference to the perky pop song "Love Will Keep Us Together". The band evolved into New Order after Ian Curtis committed suicide.

This assemblage of 12-inch singles and remixes charts New Order's tranformation from gloom rockers to electro-disco pioneers. Club hits like "Blue Monday" and "Bizarre Love Triangle" are full of bass melodies that beat-loving guitar bands are still trying to figure out.

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This assemblage of 12-inch singles and remixes charts New Order's tranformation from gloom rockers to electro-disco pioneers. Club hits like "Blue Monday" and "Bizarre Love Triangle" are full of bass melodies that beat-loving guitar bands are still trying to figure out.

Movement | Tracing the art of New Order in 10 iconic record sleeves (Peter Saville)

Movement | Tracing the art of New Order in 10 iconic record sleeves (Peter Saville)

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