We've featured an Anglepoise brooch before, now it's time to add a Jieldé brooch to your jewellery collection with this design from Design Loves You x Volte Face.
It's fair to say Megan Hess's print is pretty stylish. Well, you can't really get more stylish than someone who goes by the name The Fashion Editor, can you?
Pay homage to the power of a mixtape with this C60 Print by Rod Clark, available from the newly relaunched CultureLabel.
Though the days of the traditional cafe seem to be threatened you can celebrate the attractions of a Full English with this Fry-up T-Shirt produced by Super Superficial and Culturelabel.
It features motifs designed by Girard in 1956 for Georg Jensen when he was asked to produce seven table settings. Just four of the motifs are used in this set, which is produced by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, all instantly recognisable as his style – the pinwheel, patera, garland and hexagon. So stylish, in fact, that I suspect you'd want to use the set for display rather than eating off.
The set costs £38.50.
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With the 60th anniversary of the Festival of Britain happening this year, here's another piece of art linked to the festival. This Towards a New Britain print by Blue Print uses the Abram Games designed emblem of the Festival and sets it behind the outlines of a hopeful looking couple – perhaps studying the future promised by the festival.
It's just one of several prints produced by the artist Donald Short which relate to the Festival (you may remember his work from the Metroland print we featured a little while back). The distinctive colouring is made by using the cyanotype process – the blue print of architectural designs.
Produced as a limited edition of 100 copies, the print costs £35.
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