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Book Review: Sleeveface by Carl Morris & John Rostron

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Sleeveface_book_2If you’ve never heard of the phenomenon of Sleeveface, you’re one of very few it seems. From its beginnings as a game among vinyl lovers across the web, this frankly brilliant idea has now been very deservedly turned into a book.

With the apt tagline "Be The Vinyl", this compendium of the best Sleeveface photographs, taken by vinyl junkies across the globe, is a great talking piece for any Christmas coffee table.

Lovingly compiled by the hands of the inventors, who dreamed up the idea while larking about during a DJ set, this is a book that is either high art, something ingenious, great fun, or all of the above at once.

It’s available from Artisan Books from the 1st of December for £8.99. No vinyl worshipper’s coffee table should be without.

For a glimpse of the mastery at work, check out the original website.

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