Vinyl Art Sculpting by Scott Marr

As a follow-on to my previous music based post, here’s some incredible vinyl art sculpting by Australian artist, Scott Marr. He takes old vinyl records and carves intricate patterns into them (with great effect). The example below named “Records Bones” is an old Decca vinyl 25cm record. See the rest, too…

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Scott Marr states: What do you do when you have a whole heap of scratched up 78’s? You carve in new information, and hope that the people understand [see more].

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Above: “Records fire”.

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Above: “Records revert to time” – Carved record and ochre.

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Above: “Records strings”.

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Above: “Records time”.

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Above: “Records dark matter”. All images shown in this set are Copyright © Scott Marr. Please check out his site for more of his incredible works.

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