TR909 Art Print
Few eras of music are as iconic as the futuristic sounds that emanated from Detroit in the mid to late eighties. Hang up a piece of history in your studio.
“The music is just like Detroit, a complete mistake. It’s like George Clinton and Kraftwerk are stuck in an elevator with only a sequencer to keep them company.” – Derrick May
Artists such as Juan Atkins, Derrick May, and Kevin Saunderson – later known as the Belville Three, through to the second wave, like Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, and Underground Resistance envisioned and created their own sonic interpretations of their landscape.
We have designed these prints as a homage to some of the most widely used hardware in the early days of Detroit Techno.
Used by the aforementioned musicians, these instruments were key in creating a sound that birthed a generation of forward-thinking artists, cultures, and movements, and aided with innovation and experimentation electronic music.
Dimensions & Details
- 16.5″ x 11.7″.
- Museum (archival) grade paper.
- Your choice of glossy or matte finish.