I’m proud to have been involved in the Secret 7″ exhibition on three separate occasions. A charity show where seven best-selling musicians have their singles pressed on a seven-inch vinyl record, with a run of 100 each.
Artists from around the world are then invited to interpret the tracks and create an original sleeve design for each one. The records go on sale and support a range of wonderful charities.
In 2014 I had the pleasure of having my pixelated Nigella adorn the sleeve of Elbow’s brilliant, ‘Grounds for Divorce’.
In 2016 my paint splattered Michael Gove was used as a sleeve for The Jam’s ‘Art School’ and in 2018 my tape portrait of Bill Murray was used for Eurythmics’ ‘I Saved the World Today’.