Old music record sleeves retaken in original locations in London
An inventive photographer has retaken famous record covers in their original London locations.
Alex Bartsch from London studied reggae record sleeves photographed in the capital city between 1967 and 1987.
He then re-shot more than 40 sleeves in their original locations, holding them so they blend in with their surroundings.
The re-imagined sleeves include ‘2000 Volts of Holt’ by John Holt taken in Holland Park, London 39 years after it’s release.
All the resulting snaps will be published in his book: Covers: Retracing Reggae Record Sleeves in London.
A Kickstarter campaign to publish the photographs in a book will run from 25 October to 30 November 2016.