One man’s antique entertainment is another’s artistic medium, right? Well, Greg Frederick certainly thinks so. In fact, he found such inspiration in vinyl records that he uses them to create beautiful works of art. The records, their sleeves, and their packaging are broken, ripped, or cut into various shapes and sizes. Once he has all of his pieces at the ready, Mr. Frederick puts them together like a giant puzzle into whatever unique image his brain melds them into.
His works have gained quite a fan following. They have climbed the artistic ladder high enough to have appeared next Andy Warhol’s silkscreens in the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian art. Amazingly, his works are available for purchase, and he does custom work for clients. To contact him about custom pieces or a piece that you absolutely love and wish to purchase, visit his website www.vinylpopart.com.