Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Unknown Pleasures.

Unknown Pleasures is English post-punk band Joy Division's debut album, released in 1979 through Factory Records.

The front cover image comes from an edition of the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Astronomy, and was originally drawn with black lines on a white background. It presents successive pulses from the first pulsar discovered, PSR B1919+21—often referred to in the context of this album by its older name, CP 1919. The image was suggested by drummer Stephen Morris and the cover design is credited to Joy Division, Peter Saville and Chris Mathan. The back cover of the album contains no track listings, leaving a blank table where one would expect the listings to be. The original release came in a textured sleeve.


Now 30 years later Carhartt has come out with their own spin on the famous album graphic and here at Fat Buddha we have just got this shirt in!

Of the latest Carhartt Summer drop this is easily my favourite t-shirt and it's already sold steady in the shop.
Fraser.

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