Artist Jean Shin created this sculpture "Sound Wave" out of vinyl records. It was created to show "the inevitable waves of technology that render each successive generation of recordable media obsolete."
Brittany Harwood, a 15 years old girl created this sculpture for a scholarship program and its made from vinyl records.
Vinyl Record Clock:
Make a Dali-esque wall clock using a vinyl record. Link.
Vinyl Record Jewelry:
Jewelry designer Tania Hennessy cuts vinyl records into fantastic shapes, with a strong focus on making the 2D appear 3D.
Designer Jeff Davis uses the unwanted records and creates them into functional objects: like these bowls. These are made from 12" vinyl records, can hold dry goods and still feature the original labels.
Vinyl Fruit Bowls:
These are hand-made; each one uses a different record; thus each is unique.
Designer Millie Hilgert creates these amazing looking earrings using old vinyl records.
Record Tote Bag:
Each bag is one of a kind and is a limited edition. "Each bag is original, no 2 bags are identical! This bag is crafted with red canvas, 2 recycled records with red labels, a black web strap and a black & white polk-a-dot interior fabric which matches the outside elements!"
"Each side of the purse is Side One of a different album. I printed out the labels on colored heavy weight printer paper, and used double-sided paper adhesive to attach them over the existing labels on the records."
Vinyl Record Earrings:
Here are the tutorials: link.
Journal made from old vinyl record.
Vinyl Flying V Guitar Brooch:
Vinyl 7 Inch Wall Clock with Custom Hands:
Book by Kate Black:
It's made from used 7" vinyl records.
Carlos Aires cut vinyl record silhouettes.
If you are interested in making a record into a bowl, here is the link.
And here is how to make one: link.
Vinyl Record Sculptures:
This is created by artist Modou Dieng, and here are many more from him. Link.
Music To My Feet:
These are the creation of Steven Deo. "Steven Deo constructs his unique sculptures to represent his own commentary on history and human sociology."
Art on Vinyl Records:
Created by Michelle Stitzlen.
Audio-based installation by Los Angeles artist Eamon Ore-Giron.
Here is how to make one: link.
"It's the first kinetic sculpture edition created by the acclaimed South African artist William Kentridge.
Walk That Vinyl:
"These record players by artist Jeroen Diepenmaat change pitch depending on how fast you walk."
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Even today vinyl records have a special place for those who like music. But with time they can get scratches and can also brake, then there isn't much one can do about it unless you are creative. Reshaping of vinyl is possibly one of the most amusing things, and creative designers have come up with lots of inventive ways to use these old vinyl records.