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3D-printed cityscape and more: Vinyl records, reinvented by designers and artists

What? An entire cityscape conjured from a vinyl record and 3D-printed acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene? Singapore-based media artist Brandon Tay did just that with his artwork for Singled Out, a joint exhibition with 49 other designers and artists who all took inspiration from songs that positively impacted their lives to create these pretty cool art pieces out of vinyl records.

Conceptualised by creative agency fFurious, the artworks are being auctioned online for a good cause too, with proceeds from the highest bids going towards funding music education for financially disadvantaged youth by Thunder Rock School. The exhibition is now running at tcc The Gallery in Singapore.

3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
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3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork
3d printed record album inspired artwork

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