“Back in the good old days”, earthenware sculpture by Fabien Clerc.
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remind me wim delvoye http://www.wimdelvoye.be/delft.php#
Hey, nice idea. Nice design. No offense, but imho nothing compares to the one and only original technics 1200-SL design ;).
Dooo me on it!
I absolutely love vinyl and record players. This is proof of a true lover of all things vinyl!
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what a great combination of “old technologies”. In effect the turntable has become the heirloom ceramic object that is admired, but not to be used. The gold lusters and decals applied are symbols of the delicate nature of the turntable and the records that were/are played on it. We don’t want to scratch the tracks just as we don’t want to use the fine china locked up in a cabinet. Great work!
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