8 Amazing Sculptures Made From CDs, LPs And Tapes

A Japanese artist is turning old records into remarkable art.

1. Lyota Yagi designed a moving record player and a track made of vinyl records to create a playable (and endless!) installation.

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Here’s the full track with the tiny record player in the center.

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2. Yagi made these striking images by scraping the aluminum from CDs and pasting it into new shapes.

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5. And Yagi didn’t forget about the trusty cassette tape…

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6. He updated the classic tape with new supply wheels.

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7. Yagi also turned a record player into a pottery wheel that changes the pitch of the record as he throws a tiny pot.

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8. And in 2009, he made a playable record out of ice.

The Swedish band Shout Out Louds released an ice record this year on Merge Records.

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H/T Designboom.

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