Posted by marc May 12, 2016
Auto by Superdeux

Weirdly enough, there have only been a handful of collaborations between musicians and vinyl toy creators. Aesop Rock and J Dilla are more recent examples, but back in 2009, Superdeux and Artoyz created a toy series for a band called Auto. The figure used an audio cassette as a head, creating a graphic match to make the cassette spool hubs look like eyes. Five colorways were produced and each came with a USBoombox, a USB stick disguised as a toy, which was loaded with Auto's music. Very cool.

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