A collective in Spain transforms used cassettes into useful home items as a tribute to this vintage technology.
Popular culture is the genesis of these images that employ retro technology in a new way.
Cassette tapes have become obsolete, but the music they once contained lives on in this interesting reuse of the spool of plastic.
After all the virtualization we've been seeing, this design is a notable about face towards a collection of totemic objects rather than an invisible, singular cloud of data.
Using a hybrid mixture of modified tape decks and various effects Alexis Malbert creates music using archaic technology.
A small London-based label called The Tapeworm produces cassette-only releases, limited to 250 copies.