A printmaker’s ode to the casette renaissance

By Edward McNamara
July 15, 2013

Remember the days of being able to use a pencil to fix music? If you do, then you will surely appreciate this collection from printmaker Neil Stevens. Technology may have made cassette tapes a thing of the past, but nostalgia is a hell of a drug (see the format’s underground resurgence for proof).

Stevens created the collection as a way to change up the walls of his pad. A total of eight designs, they’re each inspired by cassette labels — the kind you found on the blank ones that you bought to make mixtapes.

Even if you’re not with the hipsters and listening on magnetized tape, check out the “Don’t Forget the Cassette” collection to see more artwork or buy a print.

Neil Stevens cassette prints
By Edward McNamara July 15, 2013
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