The Great Tit is one of our most lively and charming garden birds. Adapted from an illustration by H E Dresser, found in J Lewis Bonhote's 1907 Birds of Britain.
Please note: wearing this t-shirt may cause people to point at your chest and gleefully announce the name of the birds.
Also available in a fitted style.
100% cotton. Loose, flowing shape.
White t-shirt printed in full colour.
Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low. Do not iron text/images.
A stunning representation of the use of colour in song titles. This high quality litho print features the titles of 576 tracks including: Yellow Submarine, Blue Suede Shoes, Purple Rain, Ruby Tuesday, Jet Airliner. Five colour litho print. 140gsm unfinished paper. Measures 100 x 70cm.
Celebrate beetlemania with this brilliant tote bag featuring the fab four: Calosoma sycophanta, Aromia moschata, Cetonia aurata and Polyphylla fullo. Black canvas book (or record) bag with long handles. Measures 36 x 39cm.
This mug bears an inspiring quote from Rachel Carson, the author of Silent Spring: "Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life". The rest of the design is rich artwork by Micha Libert, redolent of...
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