We've featured plenty of designs by James Brown in the past but this 1982 print is a striking change of style.
People will always need plates have created quite a trend for putting architectural drawing onto homewares, a trend that continues with these East London landmark mugs.
The four mugs reflect the history (and the current fashionableness) of the area and have something for most architectural tastes: be it the Victoriana of the Museum of Childhood, the industrial motif of the gas towers, the turn-of-the-century Hackney Empire or Dalston's Deco Rio cinema. Perhaps unsurprisingly their designer, Saranotsarah, is also an architect. Each drawing is shown against an attractive, colourful background.
The mugs cost £8.50 each or £30 for a set of four. Perfect for a Rosie Lee…
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