Analog Art Show: The Fusion of Art, Music, and Community

Imagine a record player's needle picking up the vibration pattern on the groove and an amplifier enhancing the sound of your jam. Some may argue that there is no greater pleasure in life. Since the 1980s, vinyl records have been on the decline, but this past Friday Miami's art community at Sweat Records brought them back -- as canvases.

Sweat Records teamed up with Miami's famed sticker artist, WHUT, and YOmiami to honor the fusion of art and music. Over thirty artists, one record store, and one community; that's what it took to make the "Analog Art Show" happen.

See also: Analog Art Show at Sweat Records (Photos)

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Ashli Molina