anna-vital: Life Surfaced When my face started changing after 25, I suddenly started being able to read it. Just like a music records store information as little holes, the faces store information line by line, crease by crease. And if I look closer now, there is not a person whose face looks like a blank slate. Life does surface. So did mine. Photo by Anastasiya Kotelnyk
Record Store. I fantasize about owning records and a record player (since my parents won't let me have one without the other). In life, I listen to plenty of old music, esp from the 30s-50s: my favorite time period. I love the grainy sound of the poor recording records made sometimes, it's wonderfully amazing. One day I will own a record player and records though!
A couple months back, my grandparents died within a week of each other. When I was a child, my grandfather owned a very successful radio station. He had the most amazing record collection. His office was literally floor-to-ceiling shelves of vinyl records. To honor him, I'd like help starting a record store that I can pass down through my family when it's my time to go. Thanks for your consideration, and God bless.
The Clash - London Calling - 80s pinback button The front and back of the pinback is in very good vintage condition. It was manufactured by H.A.S Novelties in Toronto. The back of the pin reads Rude Boy and it gives the photo credit. Originally owned by my college roommate who bought this piece from me when I worked at Rainbow Records in Norman and OKC. Pin measures: 2 x 2 inches square We have been collecting vintage clothing and objects for years and owned two Mohawk Music record…