If you are like us, you are vinyl record obsessed. Along with playing vinyl records, we love the art of the Lp, and everything that goes along with it. Throughout the years, there have been a variety of ways and frames to display your record covers. While we were always very partial to a long, long gone IKEA Lp frame (plastic, sunk in, with a three inch mat behind it and unfortunately very thin glass), we have used everything from a Lp shaped metal frame that ripped your skin and clothes if you came in contact with it, plastic, and more. There have been many more display options that we did not explore as well, but we always stood by what worked for us. Unfortunately, the aforementioned IKEA frame is long gone, and we broke our one of two many years ago, leaving us with one to cherish. However, when this came across our desk this week, we thought perhaps there might be a better way. Enter CLRCASE, a vinyl record display case unlike any other.
CLRCASE is an Lp display system that allows the collector to display the Lp cover or the record itself. We haven’t seen a display system like this before. Easy to use, and the ability to switch from one to the other via secure tabs on the frame itself, CLRCASE looks destined to change the way we all display our records in our studios, record rooms, living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, and more. Created by Adam K, a record lover, who came up with the idea in 2012 while searching for alternatives for the regular record frame, CLRCASE was brought to life in 2014 with the help of a local acrylic craftsman, and the first prototype was born. Now with over 100 prototypes in 3 years, CLRCASE is ready to get cooking now. They are seeking funding through Kickstarter.
If you love displaying your vinyl and are looking for something that is different, check out CLRCASE and what they have to offer. It’s a different display system than we may be used to, but if you want a few options in your Lp display game, CLRCASE has it. Check out more info in the link below.
Back CLRCASE on Kickstarter here.