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New print out now - 'Greatest Movies Book Covers A to Z' January 26 2017

The fourth in our series inspired by the design and aesthetic of 1960's book covers, our new print is an A to Z library of 34 of the Greatest Movies of all time. The title of each book is a quote from the movie and the author is one of the lead characters. The number covers are our top eight films (you may not agree with our choice, but once again, our print, our rules).

All the answers are on the back cover if you can't guess them all.

Take a look at the range here

The perfect partner to our Horror Movies Book Covers A to Z

or our Sci Fi Movies Book Covers A to Z

Also take a look at our Movie related collection of prints

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New print out now - 'Classic Toys A to Z' September 13 2016

Only available until Christmas our new 'Classic Toys' print celebrates 41 of the greatest board games and toys from our childhood. Admittedly there is a bit of a 70's theme, which ages us here, but in our opinion these still count as the best.

From 'Airfix' to 'Zoids' and 'Subbuteo' to the 'Rubix Cube', how many did you have?

Illustrated and presented as a collectors set of trading cards on an A3 and A2 print this is part of our continuing series of Alphanumeric / Alphabet prints.

If you can't guess them all the answers are on the last card of the set.

 

Take a look here


New print out today - 'Sci-Fi Movies A to Z' May 31 2016

The third in our series inspired by the design and aesthetic of 1960's book covers, our new print is an A to Z library of 34 of the greatest Sc-Fi Movies (there are a couple of Dystopian selections in there as well). The title of each book is a quote from the movie and the author is one of the lead characters. The number covers are our top eight Science Fiction movies (you may not agree with our choice, but once again, our print, our rules).

There are two 'mystery' covers as we couldn't find a 'K' or a 'Y' we felt were worthy. All the answers are on the back cover if you can't guess them all.

Take a look here


New print - 'Horror Movies Book Covers A to Z' March 03 2016

Inspired by the design and aesthetic of 1960's book covers, our new print is an A to Z library of 34 classic Horror Movies. The title of each book is a quote from the movie and the author is one of the lead characters. The number covers are our top eight horror movies (you may not agree with our choice, but once again, our print, our rules).

There is one 'mystery' cover as we couldn't find an 'X' we felt was worthy. All the answers are on the last cover if you can't guess them all.

The perfect partner to our Phobias Book Covers A to Z

or our Movie related collection of prints


New print - 'Phobias Book Covers A to Z' February 03 2016

Inspired by the design and aesthetic of 1960's Pelican book covers, our new print is a library of 34 extreme and irrational fears. The number covers count down the top 8 things people from around the world fear the most. Some of the books have authors and these are characters from movies that probably now suffer from the phobia illustrated.

Most of the phobias listed are pretty tricky to name so the answers are all on the last back cover.

Take a look here


'Blueprint' - Grey Edition out now November 18 2015

New 'Grey' edition launched today

Our 'Blueprints' edition is now available in Grey as well as Black and Blue

A new edition to our ongoing 'Blueprints' series where we are representing some of our favourite genres and objects in simple plan views and single colours. More from the 'Blueprints'  series coming soon.

Take a look here


New print out today 'London', the seventh in our 'Blueprints series November 04 2015

Our 'London' print celebrates and is inspired by some of our favourite architecture in England's capital, from Art Deco to Brutalism we have represented nine iconic buildings.


Some well known like Battersea Power Station and the Oxo Tower on the South Bank along with some lesser known such as the Odeon in Isleworth and the Ace Cafe in Stonebridge, the perfect partner to our earlier 'Brutalism' print.

This is the seventh in our ongoing 'Blueprints' series where we are representing some of our favourite genres and objects in simple plan views and single colours.

Black version available here

Blue version available here

More of the 'Blueprints' series here


New print out today - 'Film Cameras' September 04 2015

The sixth in our 'Blueprint' series celebrates and is inspired by classic film cameras.

From the sought after Ilford Witness 1952 rangefinder to the Leica M6 from 1984 we have picked ten of the most iconic and, in our opinion, important analog cameras, all represented in plan view as part of our continuing series.

Take a look here

More of the 'Blueprints' series here


'A to Z' prints now available in two sizes June 18 2015

Our 'A to Z' series of prints are now available in two different sizes, A2 (420 x 594mm) and A3 (297 x 420mm). Over the last couple of years we have had a lot of requests for smaller sized prints and have started with our 'A to Z' series.

The A3 prints are sent flat in a crystal clear cello bag backed by black mountboard. If ordered along with an A2 print they are sent rolled in acid free tissue in the same tube.


New print out today - 'Record Players' June 09 2015

The fifth in our 'Blueprints' series celebrates vintage record players, inspired by the design of eight of the most iconic record players and turntables from the sixties to the eighties. From the classic simplicity of the Dieter Rams designed TP1 Portable for Braun to the iconic Technics SL-1200 turntable used by DJ's the world over, we have chosen eight examples that we feel represent important moments in record player history.

Part of our continuing 'Blueprints' series where we are representing some of our favourite genres in simple plan views and single colours.

More of the 'Blueprints' series here

 


New print launched - Movie Classics A to Z (Red Edition) June 06 2015

A print inspired by films from 'Apocalypse Now' to 'The Italian Job' we have picked 35 of the most iconic films of all time and reproduced them as a collectors set of trading cards. Now available as a 'Red Edition'
If you can't guess them all the answers are on the final card!

Also available in monochrome and original colour editions here


New print launched today - 'Brutalism' May 21 2015

The fourth in our 'Blueprint' series celebrates some of our favourite Brutalist buildings and their architects. The term originates from Le Corbusier 'béton brut' meaning "raw concrete" used when describing one of his favourite choices of material. The term has been used to cover a movement in post-war British architecture and many governmental and institutional buildings around the world from the 60's and 70's that are fortress-like and modular with concrete as their predominant material.

Ernö Goldfinger's Trellick Tower in London and the  Weiss Science Tower in New York are a couple of our favourites and we selected our top ten and represented them here  in plan form as part of our continuing series.

Take a look here: Blueprints


New print launched today - 'Chairs 01' May 12 2015

The third in our new 'Blueprint' series 'Chairs 01' is a representation of ten of the most iconic designer chairs from the 20th Century. Design classics from Arne Jacobsen, Eero Sarinen, Hans Wegner, Le Corbusier, Eero Aarnio, Marcel Breuer, Don Chadwick and Charles and Ray Eames. We picked some of the most recognisable profiles in furniture design, Egg chair, Ball chair, Wassily chair, Tulip armchair and others are represented in plan form as part of our continuing series.

More of the 'Blueprints' series here.


New print launched today - "Boomboxes' April 28 2015

The second in our 'Blueprint' series celebrates a time before music became personal, 'Boomboxes' were all about sharing music (if you liked it or not!) and were as important as graffiti during the birth of Hip Hop in the late 70's and early 80's.

Certain models are very collectable like the JVC RC-M90 immortalised by LL Cool J's 1985 album 'Radio' and the Beastie Boys who were often photographed with it. The JVC RC-550 from the late 70's was nicknamed 'El Diablo' by the Latino community and was arguably the first 'monobox' aimed at people to use on the street with it's 10" woofer and carry strap. Another popular model was Radio Raheem's Promax - J1 Super Jumbo from the movie Do the Right Thing, but our favourite D-Cell hungry beast is the giant Sharp GF-777 from 1984 with it's giant 4 inch woofers.

More of the 'Blueprints' series here


New print launched today - 'Analog' April 21 2015

Our 'Analog' print celebrates technology and devices from a time before digital and we have chosen 12 items that we consider to be design classics that represent the term. Admittedly we are stretching the title with a couple of our choices, but we are using 'Analog' to illustrate technology that is obsolete and has been replaced with a modern digital equivalent.

More frequently people are looking back to older formats like 35mm, vinyl and analog recording because of their richer and more aesthetic qualities, this is something we wanted to champion here.

This is the first in a new 'Blueprints' series where we are representing some of our favourite genres in simple plan views and single colours.


New print launched today - 'Movie Classics A to Z (Monochrome)' April 01 2015

Everyone loves black and white movies, our Movie Classics A to Z print is now available in monochrome!

A print inspired by films from 'Apocalypse Now' to 'The Italian Job' we have picked 35 of the most iconic films of all time and reproduced them as a collectors set of trading cards. This is the third in our series of Alphanumeric / Alphabet prints.

If you can't guess them all the answers are on the final card!

The original full colour version is available here: Movie Classics A to Z (Colour)


New print launched today - 'Atlas Maps Countries and Continents A to Z' in monochrome March 03 2015

Our Atlas Maps print is now available in monochrome. How well do you know your countries, continents and oceans? The latest in our series of  A to Z, Alphanumeric / Alphabet prints, Illustrated and presented as a collectors set of trading cards should help you test your knowledge. Easier when seen in the context of a world map but when each country is isolated, as we have here, it can prove to be a bit tricky. A to Z are countries, 1 to 7 are continents and 7 to 10 are oceans.

The original colour version is available here.

If you can't guess them all the answers are on the last card of the set.

 


New print launched today - 'My Vinyl A to Z - Red Edition' February 06 2015

Our 'My Vinyl A to Z' print is now available in an all new Red Edition!

How do you pick 35 of the greatest bands/musicians ever? The only way we could was by taking one of our vinyl collections and matching each letter of the alphabet to one record from the collection... guilty pleasures included! Inspired by musicians from Adam Ant to Zappa we think we have come up with a pretty good cross section of some of the greatest recording artists ever. See what you think

The fourth in our series of Alphanumeric / Alphabet Trading Card prints was one of the hardest to compile as there were many that we didn't want to leave out. The numeral cards illustrate the number of band members in each band.

As always the last card has all the answers.

The full colour original edition is available here.


New print launched today - "Design Classics A to Z" in Monochrome January 13 2015

A new edition of our 'Design Classics A to Z' print in monochrome.

An affordable way to own 35 of the greatest 20th Century design classics. Objects from chairs to cameras, clocks to record players, inspired by the work of Eames to Jacobsen, we have picked the 35 items we feel represent the most iconic product design and designers of the 20th Century.

Illustrated and presented as a 1960's collectors set of trading cards on an A2 print this is the first in our series of Alphanumeric / Alphabet prints.

If you can't guess them all the answers are on the last card of the set.

The original colour version is still available here.


Happy Birthday David Bowie January 08 2015

Bowie is 68 today, hard to believe.

A new version of our 'My Vinyl A to Z' print is released next month as the 'Red Edition'


Badge of the Week #2 October 28 2014

The Clash promo badge from 1979

See more on our 'Punk Pin Print':

http://67inc.com/collections/all-prints/products/punk-pin-print


Badge of the Week #1 October 15 2014

The Undertones / My Perfect Cousin promo badge from 1980

See more on our 'Punk Pin Print':

http://67inc.com/collections/all-prints/products/punk-pin-print


New print launched today - "First Lines A to Z" September 25 2014

Our new graphic print features the opening lines from 34 classic tracks. Each lyric is represented in the typography and colours used in either the original album or single sleeve and illustrated as a collection of vintage 1960's trading cards. Some easy ones..."I said "Who's that girl there?",  but also some trickier ones... "Hey there people I'm Bobby Brown".

The number cards are simply some of our favourite classic tracks and we kept these a bit simpler as there is no letter clue.

Also available in black and blue colour options.

The perfect partner to our Movie Quotes A to Z or My Vinyl A to Z prints.

If you can't guess them all the answers are on the final card!


New print launched today - 'Football Strips A to Z September 17 2014

Partnering our 'Football Legends' print we now have 'Football Strips A to Z', 35 strips from around the world. There are some obscure ones, some don't even have letters as a clue, but the addition of country flags helps to narrow down the choices. For double points you can guess the player as well, we are not saying these are the greatest players from the clubs/teams, they are just some of our favourites.

National strips are depicted as the A to Z cards and International kits are the numbered cards. Designed in the style of 1960's trading cards and as always the answers are on the last card.