Factory Records Complete Graphic Album

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The definitive overview of the artwork of seminal Manchester-based Factory label, covering its iconic record sleeves, posters, ephemera, venues and packaging

Between 1978 and 1992, Factory was one of the most important record labels in Britain. It launched the careers of Joy Division, New Order and the Happy Mondays, to name but a few; it opened the legendary Haçienda club and Dry bar; and it introduced to music the concept of high-quality, cutting-edge design. The visual languages developed alongside the music, by designers such as Peter Saville, Central Station Design and 8vo, are still widely recognized and imitated today.

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Factory Records documents the label’s entire visual legacy and its role in bringing design into the mainstream. Every item with a famous Factory inventory number is illustrated or listed, including album sleeves, singles, special editions, flyers, posters, stationery and architectural projects. With a foreword by Tony Wilson, Factory’s charismatic record label owner and nightclub manager, this book amply conveys the energy, creativity and enthusiasm of one of the most dynamic (and chaotic) record labels ever.

Author: Matthew Robertson
Foreword: Tony Wilson
224 pages

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Paperback

Product code

488815

product dimensions

25 x 2 x 29 cm

publisher

Thames & Hudson

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Beautiful book

Absolutely stunning book running through the visual history of factory records, originally bought as a gift but had to buy a second one as I kept the original one ! Bought back lots of memories of a misspent youth linked to this music.

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