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Turn Those CompuServe CDs Into Musical Gold

Aleks Kolkowski’s exhibit at the Futuresonic 2008 festival in Manchester is turning heads. He owns an original vinyl cutting device intended for making 45rpm records that is now being used to draw grooves in CDs. During the festival, spectators were invited to bring in their old, unwanted CDs and have them etched with a song so they can be played ...

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Naaitafel: Cool Concept, Bad Name

The Naaitafel holds a few distinctions among other conceptual art pieces. First off, it probably has the most awkwardly pronounced and worst named idea we’ve come across. Second off, it is a vintage mash-up of two old products, that produces something that should have been done a long time ago. A sewing machine and a record player have very similar ...

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