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  • Peter Saville: “My early Factory Records covers sort of said ‘Why can’t everyday things be much better? Why can’t a record cover address its audience as if it knows something? Why can’t an album cover really be your art collection? Why can’t it quote the cultural canon?’ ”

  • Also Peter Saville: So-called collaborative projects are “often menacingly unfounded partnerships between somebody who has some kind of credibility somewhere and the large companies who need that to keep enhancing their position.”

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