If you’re heading to or through San Francisco International Airport any time before March, 2012 be sure to leave time to go see a cool new exhibit at the SFO Museum about the evolution of the record – those twelve-inch circles of vinyl that often came with cover art suitable for framing.
Along with classic album covers, the exhibit includes record players, picture discs and colored vinyl.
Revolutions per Minute: The Evolution of the Record is located post-security in the Terminal 2, Departures Level through March 12, 2012.
Here’s a link to a slide show with more cool images from Revolutions per minute: the Evolution of the Record at SFO airport.
All photos courtesy of the SFO Museum.
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Very cool exhibit, might have to fly to SFO just to see it. I actually have a “45” carrying case with the dancing couple on it exactly like the one in the exhibit. It used to be my sister’s.
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