Below is an interesting example of incorporating holographic art in a commercial product. The video is from the Techmoan YouTube channel.
I haven't held a vinyl record in years and this is the first time I've seen a vinyl record utilizing holograms. Maybe there are other examples from the past. Just doing a basic internet search I can find an independent manufacturer that claims to offer the service. I'll need to do some more research.
This is something that I imagine should have been a fad in the 1980s or even the early 1990s. It seems like in the age of digital downloads this might be a cool idea that arrived too late. That's so unfortunate.
This also reminds me of scratch holograms which I should also write a post about for this 3D art community.