Thinking of where to get away to this summer? These City prints by Naomi Wilkinson for Lagom may provide the perfect inspiration.
It's hard to resist the charm of this wooden pelican, originally designed by Gunnar Flørning back in the 1950s.
Love is in the air this week. Well, that's what the card manufacturers would like you to believe. But there are some very nice exceptions to the schmaltz, including this Love Cats card by Monster Riot.
Prints inspired by the red London buses are nothing unusual (more so than ever in the patriotic fervour at the moment), but they remain a classic motif, especially when used as charmingly as in this London bus print by Debbie Powell.
Got a card to send or a present to wrap that could do with an injection of retro style? Take a look at the Debbie Powell range for Lagom.
Ingela Arrhenius has been a frequent visitor on this site recently, from her alphabet print to her dish cloths design. However, how can we resist showing you more when she keeps coming up with designs as attractive as these city prints, available from Lagom?
She's produced prints, illustrating the delights of three of our favourite European cities. Each shows some of the city's landmarks and unique charms, as seen through the eyes of a Swedish illustrator and executed in her retro style. The baguettes, macaroons and Mona Lisa of Paris is shown in the print above, while you can check out London's pubs, punks and city gents over the page. The third city? Some Swedish style courtesy of Stockholm.
Each print is limited to 200 and cost £45.
See them online