Vinyls might represent retro audio tech, but the makers of the Laser Cut A-Z Record Dividers recognize that this type of media is still alive and well appreciated. Kate Koeppel Design came up with the idea to make stiff separators for old albums that would protect them and organize them with the help of alphabetically labeled tabs.
With a letterpress printer and laser cutting experts, the visual designer created a set of open folders that feature different typefaces: Mrs. Eaves and Futura. One who buys the Laser Cut A-Z Record Dividers can arrange them within a bin or a box of his choosing, for the endearingly designed packaging is too small to accommodate the insertion of a substantial LP collection.
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