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Retracing Reggae Record Sleeves in London by Alex Bartsch

 London based photographer Alex Bartsch is an avid Vinyl collector, The photographer has now unveiled his series titled ‘Retracing Reggae Record Sleeves in London‘, where Bartsch has retraced the origins in London of more than 40 sleeves and rephotographs them in situ.

“To achieve some of these shots I had to hitch a boat ride across Regents Canal, climb onto a rooftop near Old Street, ask to enter someone’s front room in Hampstead, access a backyard in Wembley and venture on to the Westway in west London.”

 

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