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CHECK OUT THIS AMAZING HISTORY OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRINT

Dorothy maps out innovators to a Theremin circuit…

Electric Love
Electric Love

At the beginning of the year we were drooling over Dorothy’s iconic prints of the Haçienda, London’s Astoria and more, and now the company has just released their latest 'Electric Love' artwork — a celebration of over 200 inventors, innovators, artists and composers who have been vital to the evolution of electronic music.

Mapped out to the circuit board of a Theremin, the poster includes the names of Robert Moog, John Cage, Brian Eno, Kraftwerk, Jamie xx and Aphex Twin, meaning that it’s a must-have for the wall of any electronic music fan.

Loosely grouping artists by genre, the screen print also references mainstay labels Mute and Warp as well as the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
 



Peep the whole collection and nab your very own here.

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