Here’s Jimmy from Quadrophenia as illustrated by the very talented UK artist Jonathan Edwards. You can own this image as a signed and numbered very limited edition print. (There are only 25 being produced.) It comes mailed flat on A3 archival quality matte paper. For us Yanks, that means it measures approximately 16.5 x 11.7 in. Best news of all? It’s only Â£25 which I think is a steal.
Normally I have posts ready to run for at least two weeks out. But I have run out of swag to post about. This has only happened maybe three times since I started the blog in late 2005. Yipes! (I’m scared. Hold me.)
So anybody out there know of swag that hasn’t appeared here yet? Maybe you’ve got a great collection to show off? Or an incredible art or crafts project that needs some face time? Or some rare swag that you snapped while on a vacation? Or a souvenir you picked up when you were in another country?
This series of 8 X 10″ prints Created by Jeremy Slagle of Quant Co., this scooter-inspired collection of 8×10 illustrations will arrive on a single sheet of high quality, acid-free paper, which can then be carved with precision like the twisting streets of Trastavere. Printed in pale pesto green and bold burnt orange, thi
8 X 10″
Measures approximately 18 inches in length, 24 inches in width.
Made in the United States
(Oops. Forgot who sent this tip to me. You know who you are. Pat yourself on the back.)
Chris Gilmour is a UK artist based in Udine, Italy and who makes highly detailed 1:1 scale paper sculptures. We’ve featured his other scooter-related work before. But this Vespa Taxi was somehow missed. You can visit his site below to see his other works and read read a write-up from those super cool people at SIP:
Have you noticed how much owl stuff there’s been over the last three years or so? They are everywhere. Now I’m wondering if the same thing is going to happen with hedgehogs. Here for your perusal are these eco-friendly birch notebooks. The Jotter is a mini notepad and is 3″ x 4 1/2″ and is $8.00. The Journal is 5 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ and is $18.50. And after you’ve used up the paper, get even more eco-friendly and use the covers as framable art.
Peggy Jane is a character created by artist Maggie Mattioni. She is a mod scooter girl with a properly surly mod scooterist boyfriend. You can order everything from cards, art prints, shirts, bags and other accessories in the price range of Â£10-15.