Not all those who wander are lost. Neither are you because you‘re about to discover the best range of travel gift products on Earth.See all
There are legions of stationery fans out there. Cool desktop ideas sell really well, so let‘s give the people what they want.See all
No home should be a fun-free zone. Practical but enjoyable products for home and kitchen are the order of the day here.See all
Tech products done our way - with a healthy dose of lo-fi sensibility and a twist of humour.See all
Our range of light hearted giftiness is designed to put smiles on faces young and old.See all
Luckies of London was started in 2005 from a cupboard under the stairs, and since day one, the mission statement and endgame has been very clear – to bring you, wherever you are in the world, the best in innovative, cool, and unusual gifts and gadgets.See all
Scratch Map allows you to create a personalized record of your travels around the world. Whether your interests lie in cuisine, oceanography, adventures or wildlife; there's a Scratch Map® for every kind of traveler.See all
The best of New York and London poured into each carefully conceived design.See all
Calm Club is a product of and a reaction to, it’s environment. Using natural and recycled materials wherever possible and minimising environmental impact by avoiding the use of plastics and other damaging materials.See all
Print Club London is an online gallery at the vanguard of vibrant East London creativity.
Working with their incredible pool of contemporary artists, graphic designers and illustrators, Luckies are proud to bring you this range of unique 500 piece jigsaw puzzles.See all
The worlds of art and Scratch Maps collide as Luckies teams up with renowned artists to bring you original and exclusive world maps for recording your adventures. Own a piece of wall art that’s totally unique and personal to you as you remove the top layer of gold foil for each country you visit. The perfect statement piece for your home which you can revisit and customise time and time again.
This edition features original work by Dave Buonaguidi. He can most often be found screen printing in East London, working with found images and materials, with a fondness for salvaging vintage maps. He overprints each object with bold, thought-provoking slogans using bright, in-your-face type. In 2003 he created the iconic ‘Make Tea Not War’ poster for the anti-war march, and which is now part of the collections at the V&A and the Trento museum of modern art.
Pre-order now, ships and of May 2020.
Artist Edition Puzzle – 500 pieces
Colouring fun for travellers
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