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Colorful Wall Art Creatures Made from Old Vinyl Records

Posted By Moe Beitiks On April 6, 2010 @ 5:34 pm In Art,Design,Innovation,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Scales. JAXPAC, the Jacksonville Public Art Commission [2], has put them to work on the streets of its hometown, in both the musical and the reptilian sense. The artists took old vinyl records and combined them with wheat-paste graffiti to create a new kind of urban fossil. While you can’t hear the music from the records, if you listen closely, you may be able to hear the call of creatures long extinct.

+ Superuse [3]

+ JAX Public Art [2]

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[1] Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/2010/04/06/colorful-wall-art-creatures-made-from-old-vinyl-records/vinyl-wall-art-fish/

[2] JAXPAC, the Jacksonville Public Art Commission: http://jaxpublicart.blogspot.com/

[3] + Superuse: http://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=Record-piece

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