My Factory Records print, available in 2 colour schemes, compiles key records in a chronological order from the legendary Mancunian label from 1979 to 1991. It includes singles, EPs, LPs and compilations from the groups associated with the record label, but it also includes underrated and obscure gems that will make you rediscover and celebrate the unique creative legacy and artistic freedom of Factory Records.
Additionally, the print includes the release date, catalogue number and production/artwork credits by Martin Hannett and Peter Saville respectively.
“Factory just sign who they want to, put records by who they want to out, package it how they want to" - Ian Curtis
The artwork features 72 records carefully hand-picked by groups and artists signed by the label such asJoy Division, New Order, A Certain Ratio, The Durutti Column, James, Marcel King, Happy Mondays, Crispy Ambulance, Section 25, The Wendys, OMD, Northside, Kalima and much more.
Factory Records changed music history and this signed print will provide you with a talking point for years to come.
Hang it on your wall with pride.
You may be interested in other Manchester related prints. Availablehere.
You may be interested in other music related prints. Availablehere.
My name is Alejandro De Luna, I am the one behind The Sense of Doubt, a one-man print studio where I design music history and cultural heritage wall art. My goal is to create well-researched, high-quality prints that attract immediate attention and that become talking points for years to come. I am deeply passionate about music history and this is reflected in my artworks.
Since 2010 I left my native Mexico City, travelled extensively and since then I've been living and working in Stockholm (Sweden), Hangzhou (China), London & Manchester (UK) and Berlin & Leipzig (Germany), where my print studio is currently based.
The prints are produced in small quantities and they are created and signed by myself. All sales are directly fulfilled from my home studio.