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Tracing the art of New Order in 10 iconic record sleeves. Putting the album’s FAC. 50 matrix number front and centre, the cover is built around the ‘F’ for Factory and ‘L’, Roman numeral for 50, the light blue background of the UK release chosen by the band.
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Jun 15, 2010 · New Order Cover Gallery In their glory days in the 1980s, New Order were signed to the fabulously successful indie label Factory Precords, a label with a strong identity and aesthetic. No small part of that aesthetic was due to Peter Saville, who designed a good many Factory sleeves, including almost all of New Order’s.
New Order (Factory, 1983)“I’d been to see the band in the studio and Stephen gave me a floppy disk to take home. I thought it was a beautiful object.
New Order are proud to announce the boxed set release of their debut album Movement on 5 th April 2019. The four 12 inch singles that were released around the same period but did not feature on the album will also be released.
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Cover artwork. Almost all New Order recordings bear minimalist packaging, art directed by Peter Saville. The group’s record sleeves bucked the 1980s trend by rarely showing the band members (with the exception of the Low-Life album) or even providing basic information such as the band name or …
For longtime fans, Music Complete is something of a return to form for New Order—complete with appropriately chic minimalist artwork courtesy of Peter Saville. The record’s carefully considered aesthetic and meticulous production bear all the hallmarks of the band’s most iconic work.
Iconic Joy Division and New Order album artwork goes on display as part of True Faith exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery. The exhibition features 14 of Peter Saville’s sleeve designs for Factory