A super-cool engineering project, featuring a 3D printed LP record created on a Stratasys Objet500 Connex Multi-material 3D Printer, hit the streets of London in December 2013.
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World’s First 3D Printing Record Store with Kele Okereke, Bobbie Gordon and Studio Moross
Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke and his chosen emerging artist, Bobbie Gordon, launched the world’s first 3D printing record store at The Vinyl Factory in central London. ‚Down Boy (BACARDÍ Beginnings)‘, became the first track ever to be released on 3D printed record with all sales proceeds going to the national music charity Nordoff Robbins.
At the launch party, Kele and Bobbie debuted ‚Down Boy (BACARDÍ Beginnings)‘ to a packed crowd with an energetic performance. Guests at the event were also able to see the 3D printing in action as well as take in the limited edition vinyl sleeves specially designed by Studio Moross, led by Kate Moross.
This forms part of the final creative project of 2013’s BACARDÍ Beginnings music mentoring programme.