The folks at Elsewares have found a way to give empty aluminium drink cans and cast-off classic vinyl LPs new lives.
The vinyl version is made in Philadelphia from mint-condition records plated with rhodium, a non-tarnishing metal. They're available in black, red or white, complete with grooves.
Beer or soda cans are attached to a sterling silver cuff by a little company in Vermont. Sterling rivets secure the aluminum and it is protected from damage with silver end-caps.
Implications - Elsewares have brought together drink cans and vinyl LPs in the hopes of giving both new life. This is a highly innovative concept that anyone who is into design or the environment will certainly be into.
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