The new vintage-inspired travel prints from Fresson x Found celebrate two of the world's most romantic places: Paris and Bath.
Once upon a time, it was the home of electrical engineer Anthony Greenhill and his audio and light experiments. Now, this 1930s Mollie Taylor-designed Kilowatt House art deco property in Bath, Somerset has been renovated and available as a family home.
If you're a vintage camera enthusiast, there's plenty of artwork out there to cater to your taste, but I'm betting this camera print by Andrew Joyce is one of the most reasonably priced.
Like the work of Christine Berrie that we featured a little while back, this design is based around a range of cameras. The rolleicord, the polaroid,even the iPhone – they're all depicted by Bath-based Joyce in this A2 sized print. The single colour of the screen print that's been used helps enhance the vintage feel of the objects illustrated.
If you like the print, you're advised to snap one up now. It's an edition of 25, priced at just £15.
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Not just fun but informative, listen to the news, or your favourite music, and remember the fun these yellow rubber ducks used to create when you were young.
With FM and AM radio, get yours and step back to your childhood for £12.50 from Joy.
Not the kind of property you would expect to find in bath, but this 1960s Peter Womersley-designed modernist house in Bath is one you'll not forget in a hurry.
This is apparently the only post war modernist house built within the city, built between 1966 and 1968 to a bold brick and frameless glass design by Womersley – designed to offer unobstructed views of the surrounding countryside.