Categories / Design and Interiors

Trainspotters NYC Walk/Don’t Walk Street Signs

An amazing opportunity to own a piece of New York iconography comes in the shape of these original Walk/Don't Walk Street Signs from industrial salvage specialists Trainspotters.

These classic signs have never been used as they were in storage when the decision was taken in 1999 to decomission this style of sign and replace it with an LED graphic version. Made of cast aluminum and vandal-proof glass (and weighing a hefty 6.8kg) the signs have been fitted with new circuitry and flash at timed intervals. They can be either wall-mounted or suspended.

Owning a piece of NYC history will set you back a hefty £925 + VAT. Find out more here.

Categories / Art and Photography, Gadgets and Tech

Keith Haring x Case Scenario ‘Save Japan’ iPhone 4 case


Japan is currently suffering from an appalling natural disaster, with many people rushing to help in any way possible. Paris store Colette has joined in the efforts, teaming up with a variety of designers to produce a 'Save Japan' range, with all profits going to help support rescue efforts in the country. This Keith Haring x Case Scenario 'Save Japan' iPhone 4 case is one of the products being sold.

As you can see, it's case for your iPhone in white with a classic '80s Haring design in the back in black and red. It gives your smartphone some old school cool. But more importantly, 100 per cent of profits goes to the Japanese Red Cross.

Grab one online for £17.35. More products will be added to the store's range over the next week, so keep checking back.

Find out more at the Colette website

Categories / Art and Photography

Roy Lichtenstein-inspired POW(ER) limited edition print by Obey


Classic pop art gets a contemporary twist with the Roy Lichtenstein-inspired POW(ER) limited edition print by Obey.

Obey is, of course, the brand of Shepard Fairey and is his homage to influential pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, who, in his time, used and re-painted existing comic frames to give them new meaning. Fairey has done something similar with a classic Lichtenstein image, throwing in a reference to modern-day street art for good measure.

The final work is an 18 x 24-inch screenprint, signed and numbered in a run of 450 and certain to be a valuable piece o years to come. But right now you can pick it up for $45. It goes on sale 'at a random time' on the site today.

Find outm ore at the Obey website

Via Switched On Set