Record portraits of famous artists

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Influenced by old records that are damaged by scratches, designer Monica Franceschi of Scratch my Vinyl, wanted turn this negative process into a creative tool. The series "I always wanted to cut a record" features portraits of famous artists scratched onto vinyl. A material that is also known as microgroove, it is a medium that stores signals in an analogue sound format – it has become a well known symbol that connects people to music. Seeking to give the pieces a new future, the surface of the microgroove is scratched even further to bring out the light-toned images of beloved musicians.
Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Scratch my Vinyl

Tags: sound Monica Franceschi Scratch my Vinyl record tool artist famous portrait process old music vinyl creative musician designer inspiration
Posted by creoflick 7 years, 7 months ago from: scratchmyvinyl.com

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