As one of the most consistently brilliant club nights in the UK over the past decade, it's no wonder secretsundaze have built up such a fiercely loyal crowd for their do's.
The artwork for their parties over the past year has also gained something of a cult following, with artist Samuel Muir creating a host of cartoon characters which have featured in the posters for what have been some of the best house nights of the last 12 months. In fact, reaction has been so good to the designs that Muir and sundaze residents James Priestley and Gilles Smith have decided to run a limited amount of prints for sale.
Muir first hooked up with Gilles and James at their 'All Over My Face' night at the now sadly defunct Key, Kings Cross. "They're really unique guys, with great taste, and the campaigns we create are always more sensitive / interesting / arty than the general 'club graphics' you see out there" he says. "This year I decided to create a family of characters, who love the sun, love to party and represent the carefree music loving attitude of James and Giles and their loyal crew of secretsundaze revellers.
"I design for a bunch of other clubs, labels and acts, but this campaign has probably been my favourite this year, due to how fun and unique it is. I'm potentially going to develop these characters and create a series of children's books with them".