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UNKNOWN PLEASURES RUG...

If, like me, you have a little corner of the house where you retreat to listen to records then you know how tempting it is to fill the space with music-related memorabilia - you know the sort of thing, posters of artists, collectable miniatures of instruments but what about a carpet with the artwork of an album on it? Why not?!


The good people at Rugs & Rolls have created this fabulous floor coverer resplendent with the waveform from the cover of 'Unknown Pleasures' by Joy Division. The image is of a stacked plot of the radio emissions given out by a pulsar, or rotating neutron star discovered in November 1967 by student Jocelyn Bell Burnell and her supervisor Antony Hewish at Cambridge University.


Starting at just £50, this rug could be the crowning glory of your music room, adding the final touch to your sanctuary while you fill your ears with 'Shadow Play' or 'She's Lost Control'. Click on the image below to be whisked to the website.



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