For the price of iFi's Aurora, you could book a vacation or buy a ton of records for a moderately priced record player.
Now, collectors can own playable albums sealed with glitter, hair, leaves, and even blood.
Oh, and hey Mr. DJ—spin that record with a tortilla chip needle, too.
Elliot Schultz's "Embroidered Zoetrope" turns turntables into fabric animations.
Thanks to YouTuber Rapture Records, corn-based burrito wrappers are the new vinyl.
Ben Krasnow gives an up-close look at how your record player really works.
If you, too, long for an "unbearable level of nostalgia," then Jesse England's Dada-esque art project could be for you.
VFX artist Alexandrovich Friderici puts a modern twist on the original animation technique.
The sound artist compiles field recordings from around the world onto the surface of a globe.
To coincide with the release of his new album, 12 Bit Blues, Kid Koala’s giving away cardboard turntables.
A project specifically for anyone with childhood dreams of being part of the record industry.