10 of the weirdest things that have been pressed into vinyl - Features - Mixmag

10 of the weirdest things that have been pressed into vinyl

From bodily fluids to space dust

  • Sydney Megan Jow
  • 14 June 2016
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Holographic images can be etched into vinyl by carving micro-reflectors into the surface, creating the illusion of depth glistening with color spectrums of greens, blues and purples. The first hologram record appearance was Jack White’s 2014 ‘Lazaretto’. Dubbed the ‘Ultra EP’, the album featured two spinning angels, which were hand-carved into each copy by artist Tristan Duke.

More recently, John William’s ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens Soundtrack’ came out this year with images of TIE Fighters and The Millennium Falcon as floating illusions.

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