27.05.15 by Jeff

Best of Kickstarter: Vinyl Moon Mailing Mixtapes to You

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Brandon Bogajewicz, the music blogger behind The Burning Ear, has a great project on Kickstarter called Vinyl Moon. His idea is simple; release mixtapes pressed on limited edition vinyl with insane packaging every month. Artist Joseph Veazey, previously a designer for Adult Swim, is designing Volume #1 and based on the preview images the packaging looks amazing.

Watch Brandon’s video below!

 

Vinyl Moon on Kickstarter

Vinyl Moon’s Website













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Cody Achter

    This is one of those things where I say “Why didn’t I think of this!”

  • Jöw_WP

    Thx Jeff :p

  • Eric Hosford

    That’s a pretty awesome and ambitious project. Good bye money!





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