Author: Neil Bennett
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Secret 7" is back for 2015 and an exhibition of 7-inch sleeve designs created by some of the UK's best illustrators and artists is taking place at Somerset House in London until May 3.
I went down with prosthetic artist Maximal FX to check it out last night – and here are some of our favourites.
The setup is the same as before. 700 creatives have been selected to design a 7-inch vinyl sleeve for 100 of seven singles. The ensuing designs are sold through the exhibition for £50 – but you won't know who designed the sleeve, or even which song its for, until you buy it. Some sleeves, like this one, are obvious – others are trickier.
Names who you'll recognise who are taking part include Sir Peter Blake, Yoko Ono, Julian Opie, David Shrigley, Martin Parr, Sir Paul Smith, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Urs Fischer, Bob & Roberta Smith, Modern Toss, Tatty Devine, Paul Insect, Bompas and Parr, Pure Evil, Stanley Donwood, Mr Bingo, Goldie and Pete Fowler.
The seven songs are The Rolling Stones' Dead Flowers, Diana Ross & The Supremes' Reflections, Underworld's Born Slippy (Nuxx), The Chemical Brothers' Let Forever Be; St Vincent's Digital Witness, Peter Gabriel's Sledgehammer and The Maccabees' Go.
Read on to see more of what's on show.
Image: who could this be by?