Back in 2013 we featured the company’s Flamingo Satchel. Now we are talking about Zatchels once again as they go all arty with the Kaleidoscope Pop Art Satchel.
As you probably know, Peter Blake gave one of the Mersey ferries a pop art makeover in his Dazzle design. If you are ever in that part of the world, do check it out and maybe go for a ride on the moving piece of art. If you can’t make it there, you can always get the design in your home, courtesy of the Peter Blake Dazzle mug at the Tate Shop.
Whether or not you are able to make it to the Tate's new World Goes Pop exhibition, it's worth checking out the accompanying shop products – they include this collection designed by The Rodnik Band especially for the show.
Baggage, written by Samuil Marshak and illustrated by artist Vladimir Lebedev, was first published in Russia in 1926. But this English-language reissue is sure to win some new fans, kids and adults alike.
Out next week, no doubt to capitalise on the world's attention on the capital city, is Another London: International Photographers Capture City Life 1930-1980 by Helen Delaney.
Russian Revolutionary Posters is a comprehensive history of Soviet propaganda art throughout the 20th century, from the Constructivist & Modernist 1920s to the futuristic mid century and beyond.