“WhyTheLongPlayFace” is an Instagram account of Stephen Lear who gained a lot of publicity while changing iconic album covers with the StarWars characters. check more here.
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Are you in a search for the perfect present for a music lover or yourself for this Christmas or New Year? Then put this on the list: “Vinyl me, Please“ It is an online record club which sends you selected albums … Continue reading
Graham Dunning, as he says about himself: an artist, musician and tutor, made a simple machine out of turntable, extending it with different objects and tools playing manipulated vinyl records – a apparatus playing techno in an anlog way. … Continue reading
Theres a nice package about the time Punk in New York was still young and innocent 🙂 published by label Ork records including 4 Lps, a book full of photography work by David Godlis and 45s. Get it here. See all of the … Continue reading
Say whaaaat: vinyl is now played vertically? Gramovox surely wants us to believe it is. Here’s you’re proof (price $399,99)
Right: the Colored Vinyl Records project which visually archives the colorful world of vinyl records from all over the world. It showcase of over 1.000 colored vinyl, picture discs, collector items & special pressings. You can browse the page by … Continue reading
Another great design and packaging for a label we have to share with you: Konstruktiv studio from Belgium conceptualized the following in collaboration with The MoodFamily record label and booking agency:
this summer got us all exhausted. Press the pause and enjoy. Here are artsy vinyl gif(t)s as today’s post: ılı.——Volume——.ılı
“thingsifoundinrecords” is an amusing Instagram account featuring photography of vinyl records people obviously also used as a storage for fan memorabilia, photography of all kind, even money and drugs! Check the selection bellow, and the whole “album”, here!
Another great opportunity to preserve the legend and spirit of what record stores meant to most of us. Here is the crowdfunding project by the German photographer Bernd Jokmanns, a homage to the record store. I nice thing one could … Continue reading
We always knew that! Now here is a perfect project to support that philosophically – anthroposophical thesis: “Duality”. “Infinite religions” is a project by Neal Calvin Peterson with the release of his first album consisting of just two songs: “Life” & “Death”: … Continue reading