Now this is cool. One of the most iconic singles of the punk era is back as a very limited edition. That’s The Buzzcocks Spiral Scratch EP. Read more
In the early '70s, the iPad was still science fiction and the Walkman was probably in the early stages of being on the drawing board. If you wanted music on the go, something like this 1970s space age Penny portable 7-inch record player would be the thing to have.
Love classic funk? You will probably love this limited edition Funk 45 print by Maxwell Pastor on your wall.
Christmas hits of the past get a new lease of life with these Record Label Christmas Baubles by The Design Conspiracy.
Dark Dog Studio is the work of designer/maker Hannah Galvin-Horne, producing both fabric and cushions, the latter including these Record Cushions.
The reasoning behind the name is pretty self-explanatory – each of the hnadmade, handprinted cushions features images of vintage vinyl 45s, offered in different sizes and with different colour options for the trim.
The cushions are printed on 100% cotton duck canvas and they come with a 100% duck feather cushion pad. The front of the cushion features the print, while the back of the cushion is dyed in a corresponding colour to the print. All are made to order, so expect a little wait, with prices around the £68 mark.
Sadly you can guarantee which singles you'll get, but that uniqueness is one of the selling points of these 7-inch Vinyl bookends at Urban Outfitters.
As you can see, these are original vintage 45s, presumably the ones no-one really wants (don't expect some rare soul for example), moulded into a 'perfect bookend shape' to support your book collection.
Available online, they retail for £20.