A new collection of road map-style prints celebrates the legacy of UK festivals, clubs and illegal raves.
UK creative agency Dorothy has added four new designs to its Road To Nowhere collection highlighting iconic settings in the North of England, Scotland and London, as well as the UK's free festivals and events of yesteryear.
Fans will spot shout outs to Manchester clubs The Haçienda, Konspiracy and Thunderdome, London's Shoom, Labyrnth and The End, Glasgow's Sub Club and Tin Pan Alley, and many more spots throughout the UK.
The Free Festivals print features nods to the freebie days of Glastonbury, free party site Forest Hill and the week-long 1992 illegal rave at Castlemorton. Read DJ Mag's recent feature celebrating the 30th anniversary of "the most infamous illegal rave that ever took place" that "changed UK dance music forever."
This is far from Dorothy's first project centred on dance music history. Check out previous print highlighting the Minimoog and The Haçienda, plus design tracing the histories of rave culture and electronic music.
See the collection on Instagram and Dorothy's website.
Photo credit: Courtesy of Dorothy