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Inspired By: Paul Villinski’s Recycled Vinyl Wall Art

Recycled art is more popular, and more needed, than ever before. And we love the idea of transforming past creations into new art forms. So when we stumbled upon Paul Villinski’s recycled vinyl wall art installation just in time for Vinyl Record Day today, we felt inspired by his fusion of past sounds with sight and sustainability.

Giving another life to discarded records found in trash cans, Paul Villinski creates visions of birds and butterflies taking flight. The results are hypnotizing scenes with a strong sense of organized chaos. “Often, [the birds and butterflies] want to gather into a certain shape, or fly off on a particular tangent, and I let them. They function both as marks in these abstract, three-dimensional paintings, and as actors in curious narratives.”

 We can’t get enough of the pops of color and the mesmerizing dimensions present in his recycled art. And while we don’t want to use our own beloved, functioning records to recreate his recycled masterpieces, we dig the idea of adding the same energy to our space. 

Whether you’re captivated by the unexpected colors in the installation, are a record aficionado, or love the symbolism of soaring birds and butterflies, we curated a collection of prints with the same swirling, musical and winged creature vibes. Keep scrolling to discover prints inspired by Paul Villinski’s recycled art.

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