The secret is out – we are able to reveal our contribution to the annual Secret 7″ exhibition in aid of Amnesty International, held at Sonos Studio in Shoreditch between the 8th April – 1st May 2016.
Secret 7” takes seven tracks and presses each one 100 times to vinyl. Creatives from around the world are asked to interpret the tracks in their own style for every 7” sleeve, which are then exhibited and sold for £50 apiece. The buyer doesn’t know who created the sleeve, or even which song it’s for, until they have parted with their cash – the secret lies within.
It was another fantastic year for the show, with artworks contributed by Anthony Burrill, Jean Jullien and Sir Paul Smith creating artwork in response to tracks by John Lennon, Etta James, Max Richter, The Jam, Tame Impala, Chvrches and Jack Garratt.
Our sleeve was inspired by Garratt’s unique approach to live performance, through layering and looping of individual and contrasting tracks that work harmoniously together to create something pin-sharp, trippy, multi-dimensional, beautiful and that can change and go on forever.
- Exhibition Photograph
- Aranxa Esteve