The nomadic life of the Ravers of the 1990s in the lens of Tom HunterPictolic
London photographer and squatter Tom Hunter traveled to Europe in the 90s with his raver friends. The guys decided to go to a techno festival in the Czech Republic, but in the end the company spent two years on the road, abandoning the generally accepted lifestyle. In memory of this free time, there is a photo archive of Tom Hunter.
Rave culture has become one of the unchanging attributes of the 90s of the last century. But in 1994, after unauthorized raves were legally banned in the UK, the most desperate British party-goers went to the mainland in search of new, free parties.
Once a British photographer, along with a group of party-goers, packed into an old minivan and went to travel around Europe in search of cool rave parties. It was in the 90s.
The company spent two years on wheels, stopping at all the oncoming raves and making a living selling vegetarian burgers.