Goldfrapp and Bloc Party Snap!
And it's all over their visions of the future...
Bloc Party, Alison Goldfrapp and artist Peter Blake - the man behind the iconic 'Sgt Pepper' album cover - are all taking part in an innovative photographic project-cum-public competition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
To celebrate its 60th anniversary, the ICA is asking 59 celebrities and one member of the public to produce images for a futuristic exhibition and coffee table book called 'All Tomorrow's Pictures' - inspired by the theme 'tomorrow'.
The ICA have hooked up with Sony Ericsson for the project and all images will be taken using a Sony Ericsson K800i Cybershot phone.
Members of the public are invited to send in their visions of the future, and a board including some of the art world's toppest dogs will decide on the 60th image. This will then be unveiled at the charity gala opening of the exhibition alongside those of the celebs.
(The winner will also receive a Sony Ericsson K800i Cybershot phone, a Bluetooth printer, a years membership at the ICA and a day with a professional photographer to learn tips from a master. Nice.)
To enter the project, images can simply be sent via mobile MMS to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The comp is live now and will be open until March 2. You can get more information and inspiration for pictures here www.ica.org.uk/tomorrow.
We can't wait to see Bloc Party's and Goldfrapp's entries - we're betting a scuzzy East End boozer and a long-lashed white horse will feature in there somewhere