Breaking: You Can Now Wear Joy Division's Iconic Artwork On Your Feet

4 July 2018 | 11:47 am | Staff Writer

Take our money!

There won’t be too many people unfamiliar with the iconic pulsar that forms the album artwork on Joy Division’s legendary 1979 debut album Unknown Pleasures.

And now, in an exciting collaboration with Dr. Martens, you will be able to stand out from the plethora of people wearing it on their shirt by wearing it on your feet. Adopted as the symbol of the post-punk generation, Dr. Martens has embossed the design onto black leather and just take my money. Definitely hitting close to our heart and ​[sole]. 

Also released on the classic 1460 eight-eye boot is Fantin-Latour’s flowers featured on New Order’s Power, Corruption & Lies. So many emotions.

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Both the seminal album covers were designed by Peter Saville and the limited edition collaboration celebrates Britain's musical legacy and Dr. Martens' connection to music and sub-cultures. 

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Dr. Martens represents the epitome of rebellious self-expression, and with this release transcending the line between wearable art and music, not even love will be able to tear these indestructible boots apart.  

The collaboration will be available online and in the newly opened Sydney store in late July.