This new mug from Snowden Flood celebrates one of London most famous examples of 60s architecture – the Post Office Tower (otherwise known as the BT Tower).
Snowden Flood frequently looks to London architecture for inspiration: we previously featured her designs based on the bridges of London as well as Battersea Power Station. This design is apparently inspired by fond memories of dinner at the top of the tower, looking over the rooftops of London (despite reports, the restaurant still currently remains closed to the public).
Each mug is handmade and you can pick up one for £11.95.
Buy it online.