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Control film poster competition

On May 13th, the miniclick photography talks are joining forces with Hungry Eye Magazine to screen Anton Corbijn’s Control at the Duke of York’s Picturehouse in Brighton as part of the cities’ Festival Fringe. The screening will also include a discussion on the aesthetics of the time with Stephen Mallinder, formally of Cabaret Voltaire, highly acclaimed post-punk act and Factory records stablemates of Joy Division.

To commemorate the screening, four local designers were asked to produce posters for the event. Graphic designers Mark Ferguson of Very Own Studio and Chris Harrison of Harrison & Co, and illustrators Billy Mather and Ryan Gillett all rose to the challenge and produced four beautiful and one-off pieces. The posters, printed on heavyweight 350gsm recycled paper, are produced as a limited edition run of 30 each and available to purchase as sets.

We have a set of 4 posters to give away to one lucky winner. All you have to do is answer the following question. From where did Peter Saville appropriate the image used on the front of Joy Division’s debut album Unknown Pleasures? Send an email with your answer to mail@clickclickjim.com. The competition closes on May 12th and we will announce the winner in the comments section below.

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    Mark
    15th May 2012
    9:32 am
  1. The winner of the Control poster competition is (*drum roll*)…

    Jonathan Ford.

    Jonathan correctly identified The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Astronomy as the source for the image used on the cover of Joy Division’s debut album Unknown Pleasures.

    Congratulations, Jim will be in touch to get your address and the posters will be on there way very shortly. Well done to all the people who entered the competition.


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