The Lord Dunsby illustration site has had a makeover – and now has an online store. On the site you'll find a mass of mod-friendly and retro images and illustrations, as well as a link to the new webstore, which has a number of prints for sale, including the Serge […]
The 'target' is the dividing line of mod – some people love it as a symbol of the original 60s mod scene, others hate for being obvious, tacky and overused. So I expect this Target print by Patrick Thomas to get a mixed reception. Especially as it comes with a […]
First seen as rather cool wall signs, Sir Peter Blake’s I Love London and I Love Recycling design has been turned into large metal prints in very limited numbers – which could make them very shrewd investments. Printed onto recycled tin (to fit in with the theme), each one is […]
Looking for a new record player? You could do worse than check out unused 1970s Philips 133 portable record player, which is up for grabs on eBay. Dating back to the 1970s, it is indeed described as 'mint condition' and 'real museum quality', so we can presume this is a […]
We have seen his Vespa lamps and a Lambretta lamp in the past, but now Lamponi has just finished a new set of Lambretta table lamps.
Here's a piece of affordable wall art that screams the 1960s on the high street – with the Optical Illusion canvas actually available from the home section of Next. Very much in the style of/inspired by Bridget Riley or Victor Vasarely (not a million miles away from Riley's classic Movement […]
Looking for some cheese for your sofa? You'll get all the cheddar you need with this Northern Soul Keep The Faith cushion. According to the seller's site, the cushions are made of a super soft faux suede, are machine washable and come complete with the cushion pad, that northern soul […]