Acclaimed contemporary photographers Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have teamed up to produce a stunning, limited edition print collection, which celebrates the iconic vinyl record through their own, analogue photography practices. Both artists favour classic, traditional, photographic processes and techniques, eschewing the contemporary digitalisation of the image for a mesmerising and lasting aesthetic.
Vibrant colours mingle with ethereal qualities, symbols and motifs float across the surface of the image, while bold composition emphasises the vinyl object. Heidler has developed her own dichromatic approach, beautifully merging photograph with photogram. Since 2005, she has exhibited internationally and has a cult following from all corners of the globe. Heeps has exhibited at, amongst others, the Photographer’s Gallery, London and Kettles Yard, Cambridge. He has also appeared in The Times, The Independent, and The British Journal of Photography.