It’s been three years since Secret 7″ arrived in the capital, inviting creatives from across the globe to design record sleeves for songs by well-known musicians. But there’s more to this project than just a very cool collaboration of art forms; it’s an open brief for a collective of renowned and budding artists to let their imagination run wild with some of the biggest songs in the world as their inspiration, while it also offers a clever way for art and music lovers to lend their support to a charitable cause. The 700 sleeves are sold at the end of the exhibition, with all proceeds going to the Nordoff Robbins charity which offers musical therapy to vulnerable children and adults. And with contributors including Yoko Ono, Martin Parr and Sir Peter Blake creating their interpretation of hits by The Chemical Brothers, Diana Ross & The Supremes, The Maccabees, Peter Gabriel, The Rolling Stones, St. Vincent and The Underworld this year, the £50-a-pop sleeves are well worth the investment. Check out this show before it wraps up on the 3rd of May – the sale takes place on Bank Holiday Monday, but for more information visit www.secret-7.com. Click here to check out a photogallery of our recent visit!