Joy Division Oven Gloves (Double Belt Version)

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Joy Division Oven Gloves (Double Belt Version)

Joy Division Oven Gloves (Double Belt Version)

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Technicolour Field (the rug), Technicolour Fade (the chair upholstery) and Technicolour Flux (the curtain) by Peter Saville/ Kvadrat Kvadrat We don't mind if it gets to six or 36," said one of the campaign's co-ordinators, Chris Shade, from Rochester in Kent. He said it had started out as "a bit of a joke", but the song – from the band's 2005 album Achtung Bono – has now become an unofficial anthem of the station. This was the first one. And for that reason I was very sensitive about it. The collaboration actually began in 2004, when [CEO] Anders Byriel, newly at the helm of Kvadrat, turned up in my studio. I didn’t know much about Kvadrat – but he knew a lot about me. And he and his then-marketing director had been quite conscientious in choosing to come to see me. Anders was beginning to take over the direction of the company from his father, so I worked on the new identity [the logo, etc] in the early 2000s. And I loved the company. Companies like that are few and far between. It helps that they’ve earned a monopoly for themselves, in Europe, in the production of contemporary textiles. It’s still privately owned and they earn enough money, in a Danish way, to be happy. Anders, and therefore the company, do things they want to do. And they don’t do things they don’t want to do. Until 1 April 2009, gas fitters in the UK had to be "Corgi registered" to practise their trade. Corgi stands for the Council for Registered Gas Installers; since replaced by Gas Safe. Trad. Arr." is short for "traditional, arranged (by)", and is often attached to recordings of folk music.

Your starter for 10 last night: “What innovative band is the subject of Jon Savage’s oral history ‘This Searing Light, The Sun and Everything Else”? The band released two 1980s albums, ‘Closer’ and ‘Unknown Pleasures’.”So, not a song about a poor girl, but a song of hope and how you can rise up no matter how far down you started. Just listening for the 784,654th time....and it's just perfect in every way. Just incredible. The only reason it was remade was to scoop up a boatload of money from a more modern and accepting audience. But it is a completely different song than the other one that sounds slapped together in a few takes without a thought for the meaning.

After I posted that, I started doing my feeble impression of the bass line of New Dawn Fades and without me even knowing she was listening in the next room, Mrs. E faded in the real thing seamlessly on the stereo. They’ve got a bit of a commune feeling to them. It’s contemporary and it’s modern and it’s very functional. But they all eat together. They’ve got an installation by Olafur Eliasson ['Your Glacial Expectations' by the architect Günther Vogt and Eliasson, a series of five elliptical mirrors that sit in the grounds to the Kvadrat HQ]. There’s a piano. I mean, it’s uncomfortably nice. You begin to think you’re in some kind of Scandi drama. You wonder: where is the dead body? You could say I’ve been a consultant to the company for the last 15 years. But it’s a bit more like being a friend of the family.

I mean, occasionally. And I have to politely point out that I’m a 66-year-old man and it’s not appropriate. I did consultancy for Manchester for several years [in 2004 Savile was announced as 'creative director' of the city]. So I was up in Manchester every week. This is a good ten years ago now, but I guy came up to me in the street, he was in a band and he said ‘Are you Peter Saville? Will you do our cover?’ I said ‘How old are you?’ And he’s 22. So I said ‘When I was 22 I wouldn’t have asked my Dad to do my record’. I said ‘I’m old enough to be your father. Maybe your grandfather. Someone of your own universe, your own life has to do it'. It was really nice of him to ask and I was touched. But it’s not appropriate.



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