Welcome To The Pleasuredome piece 7+8 No.1 magazine 27.10.84

Make You, Feel – a ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ No.1 advert (piece 7&8)

artist: Frankie Goes To Hollywood title: Welcome To The Pleasuredome format: 1/8 pg No.1 advert design: XLZTT illustration: Lo Cole cat. no: ZTT IQ 1 date: 27/10/84 art of notes: This was the seventh and eighth of 12…read more

Welcome To The Pleasuredome piece 5+6 NME 20.10.84

Slowly, Does It – a ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ NME advert (piece 5&6)

artist: Frankie Goes To Hollywood title: Welcome To The Pleasuredome format: 1/8 pg NME advert design: XLZTT illustration: Lo Cole cat. no: ZTT IQ 1 date: 20/10/84 art of notes: This was the fifth and sixth of 12…read more

Welcome To The Pleasuredome piece 3+4 Record Mirror 20.10.84

It Is, Coming – a ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ Record Mirror advert (piece 3&4)

artist: Frankie Goes To Hollywood title: Welcome To The Pleasuredome format: 1/8 pg Record Mirror advert design: XLZTT illustration: Lo Cole cat. no: ZTT IQ 1 date: 20/10/84 art of notes: This was the third and fourth of…read more

Welcome To The Pleasuredome piece 1+2 No.1 magazine 20.10.84

Wait, Patiently – a ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ No.1 advert (piece 1&2)

Lo Cole: “…the advertising was everywhere. The campaign was brilliantly orchestrated and bit by bit my artwork started to appear in press-ads in national newspapers and magazines and on massive billboards featuring sections or whole chunks of the…read more

Anything You Wish - a 'Welcome To The Pleasuredome' i-D advert 10.84

Anything You Wish – a ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ i-D advert

So, the Frankie campaign: the sperm + the bomb + the heart … I mean, you can’t have had that from the off? Paul Morley: “No but I had it pretty quick, I had it with ‘Two Tribes’… …read more

WTTP LP ad Blitz 09.84

BANG – a ‘Welcome To The Pleasuredome’ Blitz advert

artist: Frankie Goes To Hollywood title: Welcome To The Pleasuredome format: 1 pg Blitz advert design: XLZTT illustration: Lo Cole cat. no: ZTT IQ 1 date: 09/84 art of notes: This was the first advert published in the…read more