personalized 45 rpm record

by Jeff Davis $120.00

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At this time, this item cannot be shipped to PO Boxes or to APO/FPO, or US Territories To order, add to basket and place your order. You can specify up to 3 lines of text: 1 line for the top of the label, and up to 2 lines for the bottom of the label. Each line is limited to 20 characters. Example:
line 2- Just Keep Rockin'
line 3- Jamie & Sam

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This custom upcycled record wall art handmade by artist Jeff Davis will play for much, much longer than three minutes! Made from a 45 rpm vinyl record suspended in a mirror-backed shadowbox style frame, its affectionate refrain will play forever in your heart.

The customized message you select for the label (choose from two retro styles, see photos) can commemorate an event (e.g. anniversary or birthday) or show your long-playing high fidelity to a special someone. Perfect for a newborn solo act, a romantic duet, your favorite golden oldies, or a successful jam session. Framed record hand-assembled in Philadelphia. Frame made in China.

Exclusively at UncommonGoods.

Please check out the Personalized LP Record also by Jeff Davis.

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Made from
glass, recycled record, mdf, mirror
10" L x 10" W x 2" D
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Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis has been making objects, furniture and environments for over 15 years. He earned his BFA in Theatrical Set Design from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU and recently a Master's Degree in Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design (also attended by UncommonGoods artisan LeeAnn Herreid and three of the four members of the band Talking Heads.)

He has worked on numerous theater and television productions, and has also collaborated with several artists to produce sculptures and installations.

His work has received honors from the International Design Resource Awards, an organization dedicated to discovering and recognizing excellence in sustainable and environmentally friendly design. It has also been featured in New York magazine, The Boston Globe, Time Out New York, Playboy and How magazine. collection

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