Vinyl's a surprisingly enduring medium, though when your competition is Mystic Meg, it's pretty easy to predict who will be the lucky winner. Now the groovy stuff's living on in yet another way, thanks to RE_Vinyl, just avail in the UK.
Proudly telling the Greenwich Mean, RE_Vinyl's the work of Estonian native Pavel Sidorenko, who artfully up-cycles old-school (and otherwise unintelligible) Eastern European records into nifty wall clocks by laser-cutting them into various silhouettes, while preserving the colourful stickers dominating their centres -- so no matter what, your clock will still read "Late Seventies". Many of the 20 different designs depict familiar objects, like an old-fashioned revolver, a dropping bomb, a Gillette safety razor, an actual clock, and a cassette tape, which despite its transmutation still occasionally demands to be manually wound. There are also a number of "animal creature" styles, ranging from cow, rabbit & rhino likenesses, to a classier pair of beasts: a monkey in a top hat, and a penguin sporting both a bowler and a pipe, though of course unless the penguin has a march in the morning, that could be a bowl-er too.
Pavel's also created a quatro of very bushy, old-fashioned mustaches, secured to your upper lip by means of an "innovative attaching system" that involves clipping onto your nostrils, hilarious, though wear one and you won't need a crystal ball to predict you won't be getting lucky tonight.