When we researched for our Soundave collection we took a lot of time looking at the concept of the Digital Visualisation of Sound. The concept had been developed by Harold Craft back in the 1960s and the outcome was a graphic that depicted pulsars – the pulsars were plotted out in white china ink on black glass.Of course, that was the clever inspiration for the album cover Unknown Pleasures. We recreated the Harold Craft works on black perspex with white ink for our London store. This black and white print on a cotton T-Shirt is an extract from our research.
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