Oxfam Is Selling A Joy Division Christmas Card

25 November 2016, 11:00 | Updated: 13 December 2016, 14:20

Joy Division Oxfam Christmas Card

Peter Saville is bringing Joy To The World with the band's iconic Unknown Pleasures artwork this year.

Oxfam are selling a special Joy Division Christmas card this year.

The card features a gold-tinged version of the band's iconic 1979 Unknown Pleasures album artwork, designed by Peter Saville.

It is part of a series of six cards designed by Saville and the likes of Grayson Perry and Sir Michael Craig-Martin.

The description on the Oxfam website reads: "Joy Division to the World?’ – this Christmas card features a new take on the iconic image from the Joy Division album Unknown Pleasures, designed by Peter Saville. It would be a great choice for any indie music fan. All profits from the sale of these cards go towards our work to end poverty around the world."

You can order the festive card for £1.99 on the Oxfam website.

Joy Division's much-loved album includes the singles New Dawn Fades, She's Lost Control and Shadowplay.

Watch the band perform She's Lost Control below:


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