The Mixtape Table


Hey there, I have decided to start blogging about furniture and design a little bit, because I find this to be a very interesting topic and someone told me this is a culture blog now. And is there anything cooler to start of with than this motherf*cking coffeetable in the shape of a giant mixtape? Yeah… excactly. I would by this piece of unnecessary garbage immediately if I had the 4950 $ this glourious monument of the 80s costs.

Here is a video of how this table was built.

Here is some productinformation from the official website:

Just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the cassette tape, the Mixtape Table — a 12:1 scale replica of a cassette tape — is now available. The Mixtape Table is made of high-grade Baltic Birch Plywood with Maple veneer, solid American Walnut “tape” throughout, and a hand-rubbed oil finish. Each coffee table is built to order, hand-assembled and finished in Seattle by the JSD team. The table is completely reversible – sides A and B, stamped and numbered on one side. The glass top is 3/8” with a polished edge. The whole table sits on a custom base with hand-bent steel powder coated legs.

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