Smudger is a Birmingham, England based graphic artist and photographer. And he was (is?) a mod from the revival period in the 70s. He sells both prints of photos from that era as well as his artwork that’s inspired by scooters and mod culture. You can order the art in several formats (even greeting cards) and it’s all reasonably priced.
Here are some greeting cards that were spotted recently. Several can be personalized with the recipient’s name. The first is from UK Card Shop 1973 . The second one is from Hallmark Greetings Hallmark Greetings online and can be personalized and is perfect for a scooter husband’s birthday. And the last is from an online card shop called Greeting Card Universe where they have quite a few personalize-able scooter cards.
Thanks to Julie G. for a couple of these finds.
The Galison “Bon Voyage” line features the bulbous and beloved Goggo scooter on their retro travel sticky notes, gift notes, and notecards – but not on the notebook. Prices range from $10-$11. After clicking on the link below, type in “Galison Bon Voyage” to see all of the line.
So do any of ScooterSwag’s followers have one of these rare Odd Scoots?
These postcards by Noel Tolentino for Cosmic Debris aren’t exactly new, but hey, this website is. Cosmic Debris are the same design house that brought you all that cool Emily the Strange stuff. Bon Bon is a character Tolentino designed that’s half-Japanese, half-French, and all-Mod. I don’t know if the postcard set has scooters on every one, but there’s at least one on the box.