Vinylize had so much fun with the blue Pink Floyd set that we decided to continue the tradition and celebrate Bob's 70th birthday.
His posthumous Legend release has been reissued as a tricolor pressing a la Rastafarian flag.
This leads to some very unusually colored vinyl and the resulting frames are asymmetrically colored.
Both models are yellow in the center with either red or green on the sides. The Tosh model (available as a classic Vinylize frame as well) is sized for men. Riveted 5 barrel hinges hold the temples together.
The Henneman is sized for women and is also available as a classic Vinylize color.
The temples are also asymmetrically airbrushed, though it is almost impossible to tell because you never see both temples at the same time unless the frame is closed.
After years of working with only black, we are introducing a few changes. Most notably, the use of color temples. Debuting at MIDO, Joplin and Callas can be seen at the Vinylize booth: Hall 2 V55/Z54.
Those with an eye for detail will also notice the absence of rivets from the front of the frame. This has been a long time coming. The original Vinylize frames featured heat sink hinges and I find this preferable for the frame front for one single reason: they do not detract from the beauty of the grooves.
Both Joplin and Callas are back by popular demand. The color temples match the interior lamination of Classic Havannah.