I’m posting this for Kyle N and also because I need to shake off that icky feeling of having Chris Brown on my blog. French graphic designer, David Benmussa, created this Joy Division papercraft tribute to Unknown Pleasures and Peter Saville. It’s called Unseen Pleasures, both a nod to Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures album and the idea that one could use the sense of touch to “see” this artwork. It takes great patience to execute these kinds of papercuts. I know, because I tried to do it once, and ended up opting for a sticker instead. Bermussa Unseen Pleasures can currently be seen (and possibly touched) at The Music Covers Exhibition, which runs through January 14th, 2012 at the Point Ephemere in Paris.
[You might also enjoy this Playmobile tribute to Joy Division.]