This Is What Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart” Looks Like Stitched On Paper In White Thread

by • April 28, 2013 • Art, MusicComments (0)4832

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Artist Peter Crawley studied and continues to work in the field of Product Design.  He is perhaps best known for his stitched illustrations which he creates by hand-piercing various stocks of paper with a pin and then stitching the paper with a needle and cotton thread.  His first stitching work was inspired by a road trip he took across America, and his latest is based on Joy Division’s 1980 song “Love Will Tear Us Apart”.  The piece measures 420mm x 594mm and was made using a sheet of GF Smith Colorplan paper and white thread.  Each horizontal line represents one minute of audio.  To see more of Peter’s work be sure to visit his site at PeterCrawley.co.uk.

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