New book takes a nostalgic look at our favourite foods of yesteryear
As a new BBC TV series follows a family asked to live off the food Britons ate over the past 50 years, an accompanying book looks back at the foods which revolutionised our nation and the way we live.
The Candy Wrapper Archive
Hershey bar, 1908 to 1967 With over 640 past to present flattened candy wrapper labels to look at, it's fun to spend some time at the Candy Wrapper
Killjoys take the fun out of the Sherbet Fountain to make it more 'hygienic'
The yellow and orange paper packaging complete with liquorice tube poking out of the top will be replaced by a resealable plastic tube.
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Vintage Poster Shop UK - Reproductions of rare and vintage posters
A great range of vintage poster prints, including British Railway, Military and Political Posters, Travel and airline posters from around the world and some of the most famous and infamous movies.
I Photograph Delicious Still-Life Compositions Inspired By Sweets And Coffee
I'm a still life photographer and there's no thing that inspires me more than coffee and sweets. These are some pictures I made at different times. If you're a coffee lover or sweet tooth like me, you may like them :)
Chocolate. Proof that God May be Out There
Sometimes, particularly when life isn't very wonderful, there are things I use to remind myself that God really does exist. The list is completely random. Made up of things where the only possible explanation is that something much greater than ourselves is at work. This isn't the same as proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy btw. That's another list entirely involving hugs from a small person; the touch of a much larger one; the return of Doctor Who; the prefect lipstick; a…
Felt artist takes her CORNER SHOP to Brighton for final seaside outing
The 'Cornershop' installation, brainchild of large-scale artist Lucy Sparrow, 29, from Bath, is a life-size store, fully stocked with stitched-together goods.