Jazz Love Blueprint Poster: A History of Jazz Music


How much do you know about your favorite genre of music? UK-based studio Dorothy has designed a way for you to put your knowledge to the test, and probably learn several facts, too. The Jazz Love Blueprint poster documents the history of Jazz, which is mapped out on the circuit diagram of a 1950s phonograph.

From late 1800s Jazz pioneers like Scott Joplin and Buddy Bolden to icons like Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, this elegant poster will take you on a tour of over 1,000 musicians, artists, songwriters, and producers who have helped develop this genre. Some of the best known names are written in large print, while many others who have played a pivotal role fill the intricate workings of the circuit diagram.

By browsing this screenprint poster, you will find singer songwriters like Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan, bebop musicians Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, as well as jazz instrumentalists Sonny Rollins and Art Tatum. Many others worth knowing are packed inside the blueprint, just waiting to be discovered in the many hours you will spend poring over the details.

Pick this up for yourself or wrap it up for the jazz lover in your life who is sure to appreciate it.


  • Jazz Love Blueprint is a metallic gold screen print.
  • The poster is printed on 135 gsm Colorplan Imperial Blue uncoated art paper.
  • It measures 60 x 80 cm (23.62 x 31.5 inches).

About Dorothy

UK-based studio Dorothy collaborates with talented artists to create conceptual and innovative art with a clever and, oftentimes, educational twist.