This playful piece of art is something both music lovers and foodies will appreciate. You’ve probably heard of the term “cutting records” before, but this young swedish designer has cranked it up a notch, representing it in a whole new way. A gigantic knife cuts vinyls from the end of this sausage-like sculpture. Perhaps inviting the viewer to a heavenly slice of sound…

 

‘Cutting records’. Images courtesy of David Rinman

This playful piece of art is something both music lovers and foodies will appreciate. You’ve probably heard of the term “cutting records” before, but this young swedish designer has cranked it up a notch, representing it in a whole new way. A gigantic knife cuts vinyls from the end of this sausage-like sculpture. Perhaps inviting the viewer to a heavenly slice of sound…

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It’s not the first time David Rinman reinterprets objects and themes through music. This young artist (only 23!) has an impressive portfolio which includes other aesthetic projects such as Beat Match, an audiovisual experiment made with a tennis table, where graphics were triggered by a bouncing ball. See more of Beat Match in this vídeo.

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Beat Match’. Images courtesy of David Rinman

 

‘Cutting records’ has recently been exhibited during Vårsalongen 2014 at Liljevalchs konsthall in Stockholm.

Check out more works from this designer on his website