No, really you guys. It's really him.
Put record in box, pour latex over record to create mold, pour vinyl over mold to make your bootleg copy. And all without a bar counting down your remaining download time.
An ad campaign for secondhand music store Vinyl Exchange assembled patchwork bodies, Frankenstein-style, out of the detached body parts so often portrayed on album covers.
Instead of an iPod, why don't I carry around something bulkier and with a higher audio quality that will be nullified by the fact that I'm wearing headphones?
It's like horseshoes for hipsters and audiophiles!
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