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New limited edition Kinks print – Victoria

Remember we featured the God Save The Kinks print by Neal McCullough of Hand Drawn Creative last month? Well, as we mentioned then, it was the first in a series, the second of which has now been released – Victoria.

God Save The Kinks print

Neal McCullough of Hand Drawn Creative has just produced a piece of art that might be of interest to you – this God Save The Kinks screenprint.

Vespa coffee table by Neil Cox

What do you do with the body of a rusty early '60s Vespa? Well, you can do it up or you can do what designer Neil Cox did and turn it into a Vespa coffee table. Apparently some kind of recycling exercise, the body was sandblasted and then coated with […]

The Modernist Magazine

Not as interesting as perhaps the title suggests, the Modernist Magazine is primarily about modernism in the design and architecture sense. Although the opening issue does contain a feature about mods too. The magazine is the work of the Manchester Modernist Society, which organise events and talks around midcentury and […]

Norse Projects Anton check shirts

Another take on the classic button-down, this time from Norse Projects with the Anton short-sleeved check shirts. A few colours available, one of which is pictured above, another over the page. All are the same in style, with a fairly small button-down collar, single chest pocket with button, curved hem […]

Dudley Bedazzled poster by Piper Gates

Remember a few weeks back we featured a Bedazzled poster by Piper Gates Design? That one featured one of the cult movie's stars, Peter Cook. Well, to accompany that, Piper Gates Design have done a companion piece – the Dudley Bedazzled poster. Yes, this time featuring co-star and long-time Cook […]

Ken Garland Galy Tots print at Trunk

Some interesting and original 1960s design, courtesy of Ken Garland and this Galt Toys print. Ken Garland was art editor of Design Magazine, and eventually set up Ken Garland And Associates in 1963, for whom he did work for James Galt And Sons, much of which is highly sought-after by […]

Swinging 60s fridge up for auction

A real swinging London rarity is up for auction next month – this Philips Swinging 60s fridge. It's not some DIY job, the fridge was produced by Philips in a run of 500, nicknamed 'the 'Generals' Wardrobe' and intended solely for shop displays. However, affluent hipsters of the day also […]