Find any record in your collection – INSTANTLY!
Record Finder T-Shirt
Kicking off the first piece of merchandise for Digging 4 Victory, we have collaborated with prolific designer Mr. Krum, who on a recent trip to his local car boot sale discovered the ‘Record Finder’ Album locating system. When he shared the purchase on his Instagram page we thought that the brand was begging to be put on a T-shirt!
In 1980 the MJ Weber Corporation created this filing system to help collectors organise their album collection.
After organising their collection into categories, the user was expected to mark the edges of their albums, apply the colour-coded labels to the spines and list their albums on the index cards.
It makes IKEA flat-pack look easy.
Just £16.99 (free worldwide shipping)
Shirt options available
A range of colours for easy identification
The Record Finder shirt is available to pre-order in 4 different colours – Black, Metro Blue, Cardinal Red and Military Green. All shirts feature a high quality screen-printed Silver logo on the front. After the pre-order period the shirt will only be available in limited numbers in Black.
Two weights to choose from
You can pre-order the shirt in 2 different weights – Heavyweight 205gsm or Lightweight 150gsm. After the pre-order period the shirt will only be available in limited numbers in Heavyweight 205gsm.
Not sure which size to get?
We print our designs on Gildan shirts. Here is an approximate chest size:
M – 38/40”
L – 42/44”
XL – 46/48”
XXL – 50/52”
All profits donated
All of the profit made from the sale of these shirts will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support who do an amazing job at providing practical, emotional and financial support to people affected by the disease. You can learn more about them here.
Buy now – Just £16.99 – Free shipping worldwide!
About the designer
Mr. Krum is a U.K. based graphic designer and hopelessly addicted record fiend. Collecting for over 25 years, enjoying nothing better than an early morning car boot sale or good old charity shop rummage. He is a member of the Vinyl Veterans DJ collective and co-owner of Brighton based record label ‘Cold Rock Stuff’.