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11.12.13 Marina Galperina

o hi joy division guy saw on blog Dezeen u made sum fashions 4 a Japan brand (づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ kewl Peter Saville picked images and slogans he found across the internet for the Meaningless Excitement range by Japanese brand Y-3, designer Yohji Yamamoto’s label produced by sports brand Adidas. Pictures of car parts and rain-splattered windows were distorted with bright colours and printed […]

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09.17.13 Andy Cush

Yeezus wants a new logo, and, because he is a man of wealth and taste, he is going to the best: Peter Saville, the man who branded Joy Division, New Order, and Factory Records. According to Saville, who announced the partnership at the Global Design Forum in London this week, his working relationship with Kanye […]

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09.09.13 Marina Galperina

UK’s most famous graphic designer Peter Saville isn’t fazed by the never-ending throng of tributes, homages and rip-offs of that one most famous thing he did. In a recent interview with the Guardian, he refers to the time Disney tried to sell it as a Mickey Mouse silhouette a “the total car crash catalogue of […]

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05.28.13 Marina Galperina

Just when you think everything that could be 3D-printed has been 3D-printed and every “Unknown Pleasures”-related artwork has been arted, here’s a 3D-printed “Unknown Pleasures”-related art work. It’s perfect. Michael Zoellner intricately adjusted the file specifications to get the model just right: “I even tried to visualize PSR B1919+21’s waveforms, but in the end I spent an evening tracing the waves by […]

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10.16.12 Marina Galperina

The second you start watching design champion Peter Saville explain why those unmistakable stacked frequency waves are really about, you’ll forget all that bitching you did about it being too “everywhere” these days because… It’s perfect. Saville, looking dark, dapper and immortal, explains that “the band” brought him a science book and right flipped to the […]

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