Super stylish in its design, the Play Records, Dance, Make Love image is now available on our 100% organic cotton t-shirts. Unisex and available in a range of sizes, these t-shirts have been hand screen printed by Sheffield-based company Hunk Print.
The Play Records, Dance, Make Love image first featured on one of four of Pete's Ministry of Audio Pleasure posters, created in 2014 for his travelling exhibition Thud Crackle Pop. When the MAP images were first released, Pete wrote a fictional origin story (written below) to explain their creation.
MAP Origin Story
‘Set up in the mid-1960s under Harold Wilson, The Ministry of Audio Pleasure was a government organisation with the task of promoting the benefits of listening to popular music and safeguarding the general public against the misuse of vinyl records. The Ministry of Audio Pleasure ran a successful campaign instructing listeners on how to get the best results from their recorded music. Sadly, the MAP was disbanded under the classical music-loving Ted Heath government. These four posters are all that remain of the campaign and of the great work that the Ministry did.’
Available in sizes S-XXL
- 100% organic cotton
- Machine washable at 30°c
- Fair Trade