I love vinyl and this exhibition is a tribute to the old dusty records. 24 fantastic typographers, designers and artists have made their own unique stamp on vinyl for the ‘Record Time’ show at the Palmer Projects in Sydney, Australia.
The artists involved include ALIFE, Michael Leon, Jonathan Zawada, Alex Trochut, Jeremyville, Andy Howell, Collider, and many more.
In an increasingly digital world, it is heartwarming to see artistic innovations using old records with a focus on reinventing them for functional purposes today, like an ornamented clock. Very nice.
Record Time is on until May 28th, 2009 at Palmer Projects in Sydney Australia.
The 'Record Time' Collection Exhibits Designs From 24 Artists
1. Artistic Vinyl Canvases - Opportunity to create artistic designs on vinyl records for functional purposes, such as clocks and ornaments.
1. Art - Artists can explore new mediums and repurpose old materials, like vinyl records, to create unique and functional artworks.
2. Design - Designers can rethink traditional design objects, like clocks, and incorporate artistic vinyl canvases to add a unique aesthetic value.
3. Music - Musicians and music enthusiasts can explore new ways to connect with vinyl records by incorporating artistic designs that enhance the visual and tactile experience.