21 Creative Vinyl Record ArtworksThe record may not be the most popular form for music anymore, but it paved the road for the innovative Music gadgets and formats we are familiar with today. Still, if you are not an LP record fan, you could still get inspired by the 21 Creative Vinyl Records Artworks we see here, which utilize the old round piece in beautiful ways.
Record WaveAn awesome looking wave that was created out of many unused Vinyl Records. It is either gathered from scrapped records, or someone is really stressed about the whereabout of their record collection. Source: 1
Slot Car VinylThis creative project presents Slot Car Racing on Vinyl Records which actually plays the tunes inscribed within the records. The result may not sound like the next hit single, but the idea is just amazing.
Vinyl ButterflyThis Vinyl Butterfly from Paul Villinski was created from miniature vinyl butterflies which prove how delicate and extraordinary such work could be. Source: 1
Vinyl Fish and SnakeJax has taken old records and displayed them as street art in Jacksonville, presenting a snake and a giant fish. Source: 1
Record ClocksCool wall clocks made out of old Vinyl Records that are also made in various shapes such as a Bird, a Penguin, a Teapot and even a Revolver.
Homemade Record LampshadeIf cut, melted and pressed just right, your old, unused Vinyl Record could make for a cool and retro looking lampshade for your room or garage. Source: 1
Moroccan TablesAs explained by artists Groovy Danit & Yinnon Simhi:
Two side tables assembled from laser-cut vinyl records, plywood legs and glass. The tables are inspired by traditional Moroccan design.
Vinyl Record FashionSome creative artists end up making some great fashion accessories and jewelry our of old Records. Some noted ones are the purses, bag, bracelets, necklaces and rings. Sources: HiFi Couture, 2, 3, 4, Bernd Kleinsteuber
Beard BroochesAs explained by the artist Liam Prescott:
Cameo brooches of explorers, inventors, politicians, writers and others of that ilk, imprinted on damaged and discarded vinyl records. By adding content to a material no longer capable of carrying out its original task, it is re-purposed from an emotional container to a container of ideas. Arrayed here are representations of Alfred Nobel, Robert O’Hara Burke and Nick Cave.