Foghat, "Stone Blue" Recycled Album Art Coasters & Warped Record Basket
Recycled Album Art Cover Coasters
TRIVIA: The band's namesake was Junior Foghat, an imaginary friend of Dave Peverett's childhood.
The 1978 Bearsville Records vintage album cover was used to create the 9 unbreakable coasters. The jacket is laminated to a 1/2" thick piece of Baltic birch plywood. Then it is cut into 3 3/4" by 3 3/4" squares. To protect the unique beauty of the album jacket, the coasters are protected with four layers of polyurethane, a clear moisture resistant finish. These unique coasters are a snap to keep clean, just wipe them off with a damp cloth or a disinfectant wipes. Each coaster has 4 felt pads attached to the underside to protect your furniture.
Warped Record Basket
The vintage vinyl record was heat formed and shaped into unique tray. The dish can be used to hold the nine coasters, remotes, keys, cell phones, mail, or as a decorative centerpiece for your desk or table. To clean your warped vinyl bowl, just wipe with a damp cloth. There are four felt pads attached to the underside of the bowl to protect your furniture.
Remember to think handmade for your entire gift giving needs this year. What an easy way to help our planet and own a piece of music history. This is the perfect gift for the person who has everything…or at least they thought they had everything!