Fantasy Flock 1000 Piece Puzzle
Designed by renowned artist and naturalist Julie Zickfoose, this 1,000-piece jigsaw features seven migratory birds of America in flight, against a dramatic backdrop of cumulonimbus cloud that highlights the perils of their journeys. Chosen specifically by the artist for their beauty and diversity, the species that are shown include the scissor-tailed flycatcher, black-headed grosbeak and hooded warbler.
Adrian Allinson: Windsor Castle
500-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
With Windsor Castle in the distance, an idyllic riverside scene in the foreground and detailed travel instructions, the 1934 poster shown on this jigsaw was one of many designed to entice Londoners to use public transport to explore the attractions beyond the city centre.
River, Wood, Heath and Down
Created by Rosemary and Clifford Ellis, former Head of the Bath Academy of Art in Corsham, the images on these 20 blank notecards represent the first of their many posters for London Transport. The designs (five of each) feature a bird associated with each of the four habitats: a heron, a woodpecker, an owl and a kestrel.
Richard T Cooper: The Londoner's Transport Throughout the Ages
Beginning with horse-drawn carriages and progressing to buses, trains and the Underground, this 1,000-piece jigsaw shows how transport has changed. It includes a frameable print of the image, which was created in 1928 by artist Richard T. Cooper.
London Zoo Art for London Transport
A Book of Postcards
Designed to encourage the use of public transport to visit the zoo, the 30 posters reproduced in this postcard collection feature a range of exotic animals, from aquatic creatures to those of the jungle, as well as information about the closest stations.
Dora Batty: Whitsuntide in the Countryside
Best known for her graphic illustrations, Dora Batty’s posters for London Transport were designed to encourage people to spend their holidays in the countryside surrounding the city. This 500-piece jigsaw is one of many such posters now available as a jigsaw.
Edward Bawden and Thomas Derrick: British Empire Exhibition, 1924
1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
With 1,000 pieces, this jigsaw shows the stylized poster created by graphic artist Edward Bawden and illustrator Thomas Derrick for the 1924 British Empire Exhibition. A frameable print of the poster is also included.
Long Distance Walker's Notebook
‘I like to write about my walks and by doing so live them over again,’ wrote Alfred Wainwright: inspired by the great fell-walker and reproducing his drawings from books such as the Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells and the Pennine Way Companion, this notebook is a great encouragement to record your own expeditions. The book includes brief, up-to-date information for walkers and lists long distance walks in the UK, Europe and North America. Off-mint.
RHS Colouring Diary
This perpetual diary is ideal for keeping track of gardening tasks and what bloomed when. The book features full-colour reproductions of paintings from the Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Library, along with black and white line drawings to colour and create your own artworks.
22 Posters of Inspirational Architecture
London’s post-war Brutalist and Modernist buildings represent a utopian vision for better living and the geometric purity of their design is emphasized in this collection of striking colour artworks. Among the buildings included are Lasdun’s Sulkin House and Seifert’s NLA Tower.