Laser-Cut Wooden Records by Amanda Ghassaei

Designer Amanda Ghassaei has unveiled these incredible looking laser-cut wooden records that also happen to be functional. Using a 1200dpi precision laser, Ghassaei has rendered music sound bytes from digital audio albeit with diminished quality. Check out the video below for a quick look at how these records are made as well as what they sound like. If you’d like to know more about her records, check out Ghassaei’s site here.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Adrianne Ho: The Unofficial Face of Menswear
Warby Parker 1922 Collection
Benjamin Ferencz Discusses FairEnds' Latest Store at Barber & Supply
MUJI Passport
Head Porter 2013 Spring/Summer iPad mini & iPhone 5 Black Beauty Collection