The anonymously designed artwork for this year’s charity exhibtion has been revealed.
Launched in 2012, the annual Secret 7″ show has become a highlight of the year for many. The 2015 edition – launched at Somerset House last Friday, has seen tracks such as Underworld’s ‘Born Slippy’, The Chemical Brothers’ ‘Let Forever Be’ and The Rolling Stones’ ‘Dead Flowers’ pressed to vinyl, with sleeve artwork contributed anonymously by globally renowned artists and newcomers alike. Once the exhibition is over 3rd May, the records will then be sold the following day at a flat price, with all of the proceeds going to music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
Below is a selection of this year’s sleeve artwork – with all 700 available to view on the official Secret 7″ Gallery.
Secret 7″ will run as an exhibtion at Somerset House until 3rd May. 4th May will see the sleeves sold off, with the proceeds going to charity.