Baltic Triangle-based print makers Dorothy have dropped an excellent new Liverpool edition of their Acid House Love Blueprint to coincide with the re-opening of the music and culture gallery at Museum of Liverpool this week.
The print maps out the history of dance music and rave culture in the city from Les Spaine’s funk and soul sets at the Timepiece in the 70s, through Quadrant Park in the 90s, upto to the likes of modern day venues and DJs such as 24 Kitchen Street and Yousef.
As with the original Acid House Love print from the studio the design is based on the circuit diagram for a 303 bass synthesiser and is a unique tribute to the club nights, individuals, venues and projects which makes Liverpool such a special place for rave.
On Friday 26th November, Museum of Liverpool’s Wondrous Place gallery – the space in the dockside museum that traces the city’s rich cultural heritage from The Beatles to Jodie Comer – reopens it’s doors with a refreshed collection. The Dorothy print will go on permanent display in the gallery.
Acid House Love Blueprint: Liverpool Edition is available to buy online now.