What is it about people incorporating music into their bathrooms? First, we had the musical instrument bathroom, and now check out this bathroom that has a sink that resembles a DJ’s console. Time to wash up with Sir Suds-A-Lot.
Oh man. I have never wanted a turntable so bad. This Star Wars portable record player is awesome. Spin your vinyl with the power of The Force. While this turntable really should have been released back in 1977, it’s here today.
The idea of cutting your pizza with a vinyl record sounds pretty disgusting, but Rocket Design has created a way to make it palatable. Sadly, this tiny record player does not play tunes as it slices your pizza, but it does look cool and should create a generation of silent pizza DJs.
Check out this home in Norway that was built on a giant turntable. No, it doesn’t play tunes as it spins around, although that would be an awesome bonus. The idea is that it can be remotely rotated for maximum sun exposure, or to control the view out the windows.
Toc is one beautifully crafted record player, even if it does sort of look like an almond merged with a record. It was designed by Roy Harpaz. It spins the vinyl vertically rather than horizontally, but more importantly it looks amazing doing it.
Check out these videos showing Costco’s pizza sauce machines in action. It’s mesmerizing stuff. Kinda hypnotic. My god, it makes me hungry. But it keeps missing that spot right in the center. I don’t know about you, but I demand full sauce coverage on my pizza.
This awesome LEGO turntable was created by Korean brick enthusiast Hayarobi, and it is fully functional. He built it for the 2014 Seoul Brick Pop Art Exhibition.
This turntable is called “The Planet” and is made of 2,405 bricks.
It’s tough getting small kids to eat sometimes, but if you serve up their food on this awesome DJ dinner set they’ll scarf it all down in no time while pretending they are laying down some fresh beats.
We’ve featured a record player made out of LEGO before, but that one was barely functional and resulted in a warped sound. This one made by Brickinside member Hayarobi is much better, because it can play at 33 1/3 rpm and 45 rpm.
Musicians and things that can be smoked go together like people and vices. Overly realistic and thus useless analogy FTW! But if those things do have a space in your life, check out the Decktray. Made by artist Terry Griffiths, these functional artworks are ashtrays that look like turntables.
I’m probably dating myself, but I still have a massive collection of old vinyl records gathering dust in bins in my closet. I actually no longer have a turntable, so other than the few records I purchased as CDs or in digital formats, I haven’t listened to them in a dog’s age.
In a club far, far away, Marco of Picotek Design must be wowing the crowd not just with his beats but with his one-of-a-kind gear as well. His highly modified turntable is based on another highly modified piece of equipment: the freighter-turned-smuggler’s ship Millennium Falcon.
LEGOs can be used to make all sorts of contraptions, but I never thought about making a record player out of them. But that hasn’t stopped numerous people from attempting the task over the years – as you’ll find if you do a search on YouTube.