The Spirit of Vinyl Records Generation
Blessed those artists. who do not have a possibility to choose the materials to work with, – unknown author. Believe it or not, people, who are limited in their choices are much happier than those who do have a variety of one. Vinyl Evolution’s destiny was to discover the beauty of vinyl records, though the way we uncovered that unseen divinity was not a usual one you can imagine.
Surely we can talk about how valuable vinyl records are in terms of history; we can definitely consider re-producing vinyl records as an act of vandalism; it comes by all means, that each vinyl record contains a one-of-a-kind spirit and emotional message.
Let’s look at the majority of people possessing some of the vinyl records: they are surely proud to have these precious round, flat pieces of polychlore-vinyl, but the question is do they use them in any way? Ask someone you know about that and, most likely, you will receive a sad answer. Vinyl records are not convenient to be used any more. They are too large to fit in your pocket, car radio or to be brought with you to spare some time when you have your dentist appointment.
There are plenty of knows ways to re-use vinyl records in terms of creating new physical products out of them: bookmarks, notebooks, magnets, bookend, desk storages and much much more. After considering potential ways of using vinyl record, our team decided to focus on wall clocks, just to see how it goes.
People often ask us, what’s so special about the clocks? Why don’t you go ahead and makes something else? Well, the answer is simple: we feel that there is too much of potential in wall clocks made of vinyl records. We are able to use the whole space vinyl records provide, along with experimenting with symbols and shapes we carve them in. There are no limits in what we can make, as Lil Wayne sings: The sky is the limit!
Imagine how surprised our faces look, when we can simply take any picture and make a personalized gift carved of vinyl record for anybody. All it takes is patience and thorough work on details, and Voile, we have a pictured transformed into vinyl record clock.
There’s still a lot to be done, more wall clocks to make, and we hope that this process won’t ever stop. People often look for something to pass to future generations and we are looking forward to passing our work to the followers.