Keith Haynes

Keith studied at Harrow School of Art where he graduated with a BA Hons. He joined the BBC where he worked as designer and director on some of the most important arts programmes of the past twenty years including Arena, The Late Show and Rock Family Trees. In 1993 some of this work was included in an ICA exhibition on avant-garde film and television. 'When growing up, vinyl albums and record sleeves were my idea of art, and designers like Jamie Reid, Barney Bubbles and John Maybury were my inspiration. In today's world of digital, downloadable music I felt it timely to remind ourselves of the physical experience of beautiful, black vinyl '.



Vinyl Portraits

Vinyl Words

God Save the Queen

Clash Guns

Record Sleeves


Neon & Badges