Peter Saville has designed a T-shirt for Paul Smith’s men’s range, to mark the launch of director Anton Corbijn’s new film Control, a biopic of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis, which will be released on 5 October. Saville, co-founder of independent label Factory Records, has previously created iconic graphics for bands New Order and Pulp, as well as for Joy Division. Saville’s design references the pulses of a neutron star, which featured on the cover of Joy Division’s 1979 debut album, Unknown Pleasures.
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