“Vinyl Gets its Groove Back” from chicagonow.com

In a world where advancing technology is the indication of progress in the arts – books and magazines are being replaced by e-readers and iPads and telephones that aren’t “smart” have become historical artifacts – where does nostalgia fit in?  Apparently, it’s found a nice home in the music industry, where record sales– of actual vinyl LPs and EPs— have been experiencing a renaissance.

Read more: http://www.chicagonow.com/blogs/via-chicago/2011/03/vinyl-gets-its-groove-back.html#ixzz1GDjujgf4

a groove. a print. a chair

009 Textiles, a West London based fabric design company has created this furniture homage to wax. The print consists of various vinyl singles against a white background, with the labels of each record adding splashes of colour to the design. Pretty cool.  I think I could co-sign on this if it came in a different background color.  White is kinda hard to live with in the real world.  The chair is available to buy from the My Deco Boutique for £2,382