"Here's How Records Give You More Of What You Want"
This music print is a tribute to vinyl culture,taken from the original instructions on the inner sleeves of CBS records in the 1960s and early 70s. Some of these statements still ring true, some may seem faintly ludicrous, but all work as an affectionate homage to vinyl and listening culture.
"...you can go anywhere with them because they're light and don't take up space"
"Records give you top quality for less money than any other recorded form"
"With records it's easy to pick out the songs you want to play, or to play again a particular song or side"
It appeals to music connoisseurs, and newcomers alike. It has a kind of physical presence that is unique and, in modern terms, refreshingly different from digital forms of consuming music.
The perfect print for vinyl junkies. Hang your vinyl manifesto print proudly.
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My name is Alejandro De Luna, I am the one behind The Sense of Doubt, a one-man print studio where I design music history and cultural heritage wall art. My goal is to create well-researched, high-quality prints that attract immediate attention and that become talking points for years to come. I am deeply passionate about music history and this is reflected in my artworks.
Since 2010 I left my native Mexico City, travelled extensively and since then I've been living and working in Stockholm (Sweden), Hangzhou (China), London & Manchester (UK) and Berlin & Leipzig (Germany), where my print studio is currently based.
The prints are produced in small quantities and they are created and signed by myself. All sales are directly fulfilled from my home studio.