Fans of the 1960s might like one or two of these Queen Magazine cushions by Art Meets Matter on their sofa. Oh yes, they're discounted at Fab right now too.
With over forty years of designs to pick from, Time Out are reproducing a number of their classic covers on cushions including this Cycling Comeback design which dates back to 1975.
This is a 'coming soon' I'm afraid, but fans of space age design will certainly want to check out Interiors '70: The Photography of Carla De Benedetti by Giovanni Odoni, which is republished in December by Verba Volant.
If you have a passion for midcentury and modernist architecture and design, you might want to subscribe to the forthcoming Modernist Magazine, although the content is very much focused on the north of England.
The magazine is the work of the Manchester Modernist Society, which organises events around the north of England, focusing on its 20th century art, design and architecture. The magazine follows a similar path, with general articles covering Oscar Niemeyer's Brazil, Esperanto, logos past and original mods, to more specific regional pieces on Liverpool, Manchester and Blackburn's heritage, to name just a few things.
With a foreword by Jonathan Meades, the magazine launches in late June with a launch party in Manchester. But you can pre-order or subscribe now at the website.
Early editions of magazines are always sought-after – so this first issue of The Face magazine from 1980 is currently a real steal.
This 'style bible' (as it liked to be thought of) dates from 1980, with editing by Nick Logan, art direction by Nevile Brody and a writing team that included Julie Burchill, Ian Dury and Adrian Thrills. This particular also had articles on The Specials, The Clash, Madness, Public Image and Dexys Midnight Runners. Top notch imagery too.
It's described as being in 'near mint' condition with 'very slight wear on spine and very slight creases on top of rear few pages', nothing more. All of that for just 99p right now. Like I said, a real steal.