After months of secrecy and speculation Secret 7" - the yearly exhibition and sale of 700 vinyl singles wique covers to raise money for charity - has revealed the identity of the leading artist and designers behind each record cover.

Unlike other art sales and exhibitions who (understandably) choose to profit from big names, the charm of Secret 7" is that it doesn't reveal the artist until after the day of sale. 

We went down to the opening night to check it out. We also took some shots of our favourites, like this hilarious take on CHVRCHES's Clearest Blue, which turns out to be by The Original Design Factory who really lived up to their name. 

Each of the works is based on one of seven tracks, the other six this year including a mix of current favourites and classics: Etta James' At Last, Jack Garratt's Worry, The Jam's Art School, John Lennon's Imagine, Max Richter's Dream 3 and Tame Impala's The Less I Know The Better.

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