Alongside the usual apartment-friendly blobs of colour that passes for an art range, Habitat has added some re-prints of vintage film posters to its shelves this season. The range is a mix of traditional prints and prints on canvas, all measuring 70cm x 100cm. The one pictured here is from […]
Famous for both the Sgt Pepper’s sleeve (and more recently Paul Weller’s Stanley Road), Peter Blake is first and foremost a very sought-after artist – both for his original works and his limited edition prints – and certainly one worth investing in. If you haven’t got any room left on […]
Yes, it was bound to happen, someone thought it was a good idea to design a cover for everyone’s favourite portable player with a target prominent on front and back. The Mod iPod case is just one design from a company called Gelaskins, who specialise in protective covers for iPods. […]
It’s going to be a sixties summer over at the V&A. As well as the Swinging London exhibition, they’ll also be hosting a display of graphic material including posters, magazines, photographs, album covers and other printed ephemera, covering the period 1965-1972. Sixties Graphics will focus on the huge explosion of […]
With an exhibition due at the V&A later this year (more on that later), it might be a good time to invest in some of the eccentric British poster art of the late 60s. After a good deal of searching around, I’ve found a website that has a great selection […]
You may have seen the work of hisknibs in ther past without realising it – it’s been featured regularly on the Modculture site for the last few months in the form of the flyer and poster for Sheffield’s Pow Wow Club. If you like that, now is your chance to […]
I’m always amused about the amount of rubbish that gets thrown up for sale linked in some loose way to the mod scene – clothing, furniture, iPod covers – you name it, it’s out there. But there’s always something round the corner that makes you drop your head in your […]
Modculture, in assocation with Bullet in Sheffield and artist Colin Duffield (referred to as “the pioneer of 60s poster art”) will soon offer for sale original live music posters from the Mojo Club in Sheffield featuring the biggest bands ever – including many mod favourites.