Tee shirt with a bright red 45 single record adapter on a field of black -- on some items it's repeated, on other items it's just one big, glorious adaptor. For music geeks and pop culture music fans. Original art Copyright © Tina Lavoie. All rights reserved.
Tags: geek, music-geek-stuff, music-geek-pillow, music-geek-throw-pillow, music-geek-decor
“Music Snob Tip #002: Vinyl. Accept nothing else.” “Music Snob Tips” are tips for the ultimate music hipsters and snobs to live by, for a superior lifestyle. (WARNING: Do not partake in “Music Snob Tips” if you do not understand the concept of sarcasm.) The third design in a series of “Music Snob Tips” by Elizabeth Owens.
Tags: music, music-snob-tips, music-snob-tip, music-genres, analog
Vinyl Scratch (or DJ PON3 as she is known in the Equestrian music industry). Personally though, I like referring to her as "The Goddess of Dubstep and Stuff". And yes, this is toooootally a .. um .. ehem ... "cigarette" she's smoking :3 lol, I never know what to write in these description thingies.
Tags: rainbow, my-little-pony, mlp, mlp-fim, pony
Back in 1977 - when Star Wars was released, the vinyl record was in its heyday. Vinyl was pretty nasty but it was everywhere in the '70s. Even the original Jawa action figure was released with a vinyl cape and is now a highly sought after collectible. I chose to highlight that weird irony with this parody image - depicting one Jawa enviously checking out his friend's mint condition vinyl cape!
Tags: star-wars, jawa, jawas, vinyl-record, retro
Pencil slim Skirt adorned with a neon pink 45 single record adapter on it -- on some items it's repeated, on other items it's just one big, glorious adaptor. For music geeks and pop culture music fans. Original art Copyright © Tina Lavoie. All rights reserved.
Tags: geek, discjockey, vinyl-geek-skirt, music-geek-skirt, vinyl-geek-stuff