Vinyl records can evoke a simpler era, when the only concern a man had was the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, and massive civil unrest, and being exploded by a Russian missile...wait, this simpler era sucks. For vinyl that'll constantly remind you of the totally carefree present, hit RE_VINYL wall clocks.
Repurposing unlistenable vinyl into incredibly detailed wall art that also happens to function as a clock, RE-V'S the brainchild of an 80s-born Estonian product designer who claims his inspiration is that "the sounds of people from the past are like amber stoned in vinyl" -- apparently Estonia's living up to its name. Highlights from the 20-strong catalog include a bevy of industrial images, including the skyline of his hometown (Tallinn) complete with spires (adorned with waving flags) along the top and arched windows cut into the body, the silhouette of a classic six-shooter, a detached straight razor blade, and a falling old-school bomb, aka George Clinton. To appease your animal nature, there's also a grip of anthropomorphic beasts, including a monkey wearing a top hat, and a penguin donning a bowler and smoking a pipe, aka also George Clinton.
If your face is more barren than your wall, he's also got easily attachable felt mustaches in four styles, including proper English, handlebar, and walrus, which'll transport you back to a simpler time, before walruses were extinct.