Christine Berrie has already turned her talents to illustrating vintage radios and cameras, so it was perhaps only natural that she'd also feature another retro icon – the Routemaster – shown here on her London Bus cushion cover.
It's a simple, lovingly rendered design that's printed onto a cotton cushion cover that should go down well with people who fondly remember this method of transport. Grab a cushion pad and you could use the design to make your own commute to work that bit more comfortable and stylish.
Prices start at 19.99 euros.
Buy it from Envelop
If Christine Berrie’s Radio Print looks familiar, it is may be because the same designer created a camera design, which appeared in various forms, including a bag that we featured here some time ago.
Like the camera design, the radio print consists of numerous retro radios, of varying styles in bright colours, set against a white background. The prints have been produced in association with Magma who are offering a limited run of both the radio and camera print, measuring 52cm x 70cm, priced £25.
Buy online at the Magma website.
Christine Berrie is a freelance illustrator based in Glasgow whose work has appeared in various publications. Now some of her designs, including the Vintage Camera Drawings, have been recreated on tote bags and cushions.
The design features a selection of her vintage camera drawings, taken from her piece 28 Camera Drawings, which was selected for inclusion in the very first Creative Review Illustration Annual. For vintage camera enthusiasts, you can spend some time naming the cameras and wondering jealously if the artist actually owns all of these herself.
The tote bag costs just over 19 Euros, whilst square cushion covers are available in three sizes (40cm, 50cm or 60cm) priced between 20 and 25 Euros. The Vintage Camera products are available to buy from Envelop.