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We've featured lots of updates on the classic travel poster before, encouraging you to visit everywhere from the United States to space. Slightly closer to home – but no less appealing for it – are Kerry Hall's takes on the travel poster, inspired by Brighton and the surrounding Sussex countryside.
This Mobile Evolution print by Kyle Bean is a simple but effective way to show how technology has changed over a relatively short period.
The Brighton based design has placed simplified models of the phones into a line, starting with the huge brick like forms of over 30 years ago and moving onto the more slimline devices of today.
If you like, snap it up now as it's a limited edition of 100.
The A4 sized print costs £22.
Order it online
The National Portrait Gallery has produced a new range of products based around the work of Hubert Leslie. Though not a household name, Leslie is known for the cut-paper silhouettes he produced while working on Brighton Pier between the war.
The product range includes notebooks, mugs and trays based on his striking silhouettes, There's also a couple of badges available featuring two of his most well-known portraits – Anita Loos and opera star Leo Sheffield.
Prices start at £3 for the stick-it notes pictured.
See the range online