It's been around for almost 50 years, but little has changed with this John Boys-designed midcentury Mornish house in Strathblane, Glasgow. The fixtures and fittings don't look to have changed, that's for sure – it's a retro lover's dream inside.
You know the drill now, we love the Herb Lester maps, both the design and the fine array of places they flag up. This Herb Lester vintage-inspired map of Glasgow looks like another winner for the company.
As ever, it's a map of the usual and the unusual – so expect record shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, and inevitably a fish and chip shop – albeit one with an opera-singing proprietor. There are also glorious parks, beautiful architecture and great food and drink – like an unchanged 1960s pub, the Glasgow Architectural Salvage Yard, an art deco restaurant and oyster bar (Rogano) and to top things off, an excellent record shop (Monorail).
The map is designed and illustrated by Brent Couchman, is A3-sized(297 x 420mm) and litho printed in England on recycled paper. A bargain at just £3. Another shot over the page.
Another City reissue, another Size? 10th anniverary exclusive – this time the Adidas Glasgow trainers and tracktop.
It follows in the steps of other sought-after Adidas anniversary reissues (I'm sure we all remember the chaos of the Adidas Manchester reissue), with the same number of Glasgows being offered as the Manchester – 500 of the tracktop, 500 of the trainers.
Walk down the high street in a British town and it's easy to get depressed about all the chain stores. Celebrate some unique eateries with this Glasgow classic cafes calendar. It contains lovely black and white photographs taken by young people working with the Fairbridge charity in the city.
People who know Glasgow will be able to recognise many of the places such as Boni's cafeteria or Tomasso's but it's got enough Formica tables, classic condiments and great retro signs to satisfy any connoisseur of the humble caff.
You can see more of the photographs they took for the project on flickr or get the calendar for £9.99
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