The Vinyl Record Roof is Music to Environmentalist Ears

By: Michael Hines - Published: Nov 10, 2010 • References: treehugger
I don't know how someone manages to damage 350 vinyl records, but Nashville-based musician Matt Glassmeyer sure does. Instead of throwing them away however, he has created a full vinyl record roof for his porch using all 350 records. 

Having made his own instruments, Glassmeyer probably didn't have too much difficulty extending his upcycle-savvy hands to his porch roof. It now comprises aligned records in an overlapping pattern, replacing traditional shingles. If this isn't upcycling at its finest, I don't know what is. Check out the gallery to see more of Matt Glassmeyer's cool vinyl record roof. Stats for Musical Eco Shingles Trending: Older & Warm
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