Kidrobot Black, the vinyl company’s high-end designer collection, has releases few and far between. There hasn’t been one I’ve been interested in since Lilitu, but they’ve finally caught my eye again with this collaboration with Junko Mizuno! Her ‘Kuro Megami’ figure is absolutely gorgeous, with way more detail than you usually see on a vinyl piece and some very intricate sculpting.
Ga.A Architects founder Moongyu Choi designed a music library in the heart of Seoul, Korea. Commissioned by the credit card company HyundaiCard, the building is composed of three-stories and a concert room. In the catalogue of the vinyl library, one can find 10,000 vinyls with available turntables, 3,000 books and every issue of Rolling Stone since 1967.
These beauties exist. In REAL LIFE! You can hold them in your hands and everything. They are 6″ tall cast figures, hand sculpted and painted! (My punk girl’s missing her tats and boob tape, she’s only going to get MORE AWESOME)
We could not be more excited, but we really really need your help if we’re going to make them! Please go check out the KickStarter page, check out our sweet animated KickStarter video and if you can, back for just $1. And then hit come here and hit reblog! A signal boost might just be the thing that helps bring these ladies to life!
Gramovox has designed Floating Record, which is a high-performance vertical turntable that allows you to “show off” your vinyl for aesthetic reasons. Engineered in Chicago, it contains built-in, dynamic full range stereo speakers, an an Audio-Technica AT95E cartridge and a maple or walnut base. The purpose of the Floating Record is to provide a modern spin on a highly coveted vintage item, which is engineered by modern technology. the Floating Record is a beautiful piece which allows you to showcase your collection of vinyl while maintaining high quality sound.