Illustration Details Hidden World Inside The Minimoog

Published On 20/07/2016 | News

A cutaway print from Studio Dorothy illustrates a Minimoog as habitat for some of music’s most legendary figures.

Featuring 28 cameos hidden throughout the graphic, David Bowie, Kratfwerk, David Eno, Beastie Boys, Parliament, and others all feature in the map that shows each within their own respective environment.

The Minimoog was invented back in 1972 by Bob Moog and Bill Hemsath, meant for a portable Moog “for the road”. In fact, Moog has just announced the return of the Minimoog D, which will be ready for purchase by the end of the year.

Check out a selection of the graphics below and see how many artists you can spot. Additional names hidden amongst the crowds are Sun Ra, Keith Emerson, Gary Numan, Giorgio Moroder, New Order, Daft Punk, The Prodigy, and Bob himself.

Source: Design Boom

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