The title says it all. Tobi Dahmen’s Mod illustrations become home items, courtesy of Society 6.
You may or may not recall Tobi Dahmen, so to clear things up, let’s go back in time a little. The story goes back the best part of 10 years ago when Tobi started a Mod-themed online comic strip, which was loosely based around the artist’s own upbringing in a small town in Germany in the 1980s.
That moved on a little, with the comic strip later being offered as artwork before finally becoming a book under the title Fahrradmod. However, that book was only available in the German language and sadly never translated despite a hunt for an English language publisher willing to take it on, which was a shame.
But that’s not quite the end of the story as Tobi is now producing his designs for the home. Which sounds a bit odd, but it does actually work in many cases.
I have picked out a few examples here to show just how well they can work. But have a look at the full range, which is rather extensive and goes from the smallest items like mugs through to something sizeable for your bedroom or living room. Note that various designs are also available across multiple product designs, which is why you need to have a browse yourself.
Note also that the art prints of illustrations are available to buy too, as well as smart versions as greetings cards and so on.
So picking a few things out and working down the page (starting at the very top) is a duvet (aka comforter) that sells for $95.99 for a full-size and varies in price for other sizes.
Beyond that is the At The Flamingo art print, priced from $22.99, a throw pillow for $23.99, a wall clock design for $25.59, a shower curtain ($55.99), a rug ($39.20), a tote bag ($14.99), a bath mat ($23.19), mugs ($10) and phone cases $9.59.
Of course, the prices are in dollars, but the maker, Society 6, does ship all products worldwide if you aren’t in that part of the world. Have a browse, see what you think.