Archive for category: Peter Saville


Starting with his mother’s charm bracelet


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”


“At Factory, I had a freedom that was unprecedented in communications design. We lived out an ideal, without business calling the shots. It was a phenomenon”


Why does graphic-design personal work even exist? Because of the Web. But don’t ask Creative Review


Peter Saville: “I saw the Roxy covers as an exercise in communication through styling”


Tony Wilson, design rigour, ‘FAC 461’


I prefer the fictitious Peter Saville to the real one we’re stuck with now


‘I find it quite worrying meeting people in their mid-life who are still fascinated by, you know, typefaces and layout’

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