England’s new Five Pound notes are made from a durable plastic polymer that makes them impossible to crumple, resistant to water and burning, harder to counterfeit, and as an added bonus, capable of playing records, as shown in this brief video clip.
While the proper way to play a record is with a needle, it turns out that other sharp objects will do the trick, if not quite as well. Michael Ridge puts some bird songs on his turntable, then played them with the beak from a seagull’s skull. The bird is the word.
Level Frames makes ready-to-hang 25.5” x 17.5” frames that contain actual vinyl records of classic albums, such as Dark Side of the Moon and Madvillainy. The album cover is shown in full while the record peeks out of its sleeve. Available in black or white maple frame.
If Dexter Morgan is reading this, here’s the perfect thing for covering the walls of your dedicated kill room. These photo-decals are available in sizes up to 81″ x 116″, and as small as a gadget skin.
A limited-edition art book by DB Burkeman & Monica LoCascio, showcasing approximately 4,000 stickers with themes ranging from music to brands to street art. Includes 23 designer die-cut stickers.
Trick out the exterior of your new iPad with a vinyl decal from Etsy artist suzieautomatic. The decals are easily applied and removed and you can make your selection from a variety of colors.
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