Year: 2005 - present
English designer Peter Saville is best known for the work he did for Factory Records, which means primarily Joy Division and New Order. Later he would go on to design covers for Duran Duran and Peter Gabriel, among others, and to do consultancy work for companies ranging from Selfridges to Christian Dior. But it was Saville's early work with Factory that Supreme chose to highlight—which, outside of context, wasn't even really Saville's work, per se. He co-opted imagery himself, from an image of radio waves from a pulsar for Joy Division to a Fantin-Latour "Roses" for New Order. Given an entirely new context again by Supreme, Saville's work found a new audience with some who no doubt weren't even familiar with the record jackets, let alone Saville's original source material.