If there’s one thing certain about football fans it is when it comes to their club they have a very good memory. Now, depending on who you support those memories are not necessarily always positive – just ask a West Ham supporter at the moment!
However, for every fan there will be a certain moment which will resonate highly. Just the mere thought of it will likely be enough to make the fan smile and even re-live where they were when the event happened. Enter Sgt. Smith’s Goal Times Light Box. The light box captures the exact moment when a goal took place for teams such as Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool Tottenham, Arsenal, Celtic, England & Scotland.
Below is the light box immortalising the moment in the match Sergio Aguero scored to win Man City the Premier League in 2012. A true Hollywood moment cherished by all Man City fans.
It costs £70 and if the team you support doesn’t have a light box in the range you can customise your own. This really is a must have product for football fans everywhere.
Fabulous to see Urban Cottage Industries’ chic Swan Neck Wall Light featured in Stella. Head over to Urban Cottage Industries’ website and check out how you can make your own bespoke light!
The newly launched Real to Reel exhibition at the Imperial War Museum London goes behind the camera to discover the inspirations for War movies. A particular favourite in the office in Saving Private Ryan…
The Imperial War Museum shop has lots of exciting products to accompany the exhibition which include Whisky Candles, Bourbon Candles and Light-Boxes (pictured). The products are great as gifts or even to add a vintage touch to your home!
Our super-cool client, Factorylux is shaking up the world of lighting with its new retail pop-up #TheVan. Blurring the lines between online and in store, this fully immersive ‘showroom on wheels’ hot-wires you straight to the heart of their factory in Yorkshire allowing you to design your tailor-made Factorylux lighting – the world’s first next day bespoke lighting service. #TheVan is currently parked up at The Old Truman Brewery (just off London’s Brick Lane) but last Friday took to the road to visit the beautiful location below in Kimmeridge (just outside Bournemouth).
Who knows where it’ll end up next?
The Vintage Butterfly Embroidered Cushion from the Natural History Museum shop was a tropical treasure in The People’s Love Sunday over the weekend. Add a touch of nature and charm to your living room this Spring with the beautiful butterfly print.
The Whale of a Time tea towel from the Natural History Museum shop stands out in Metro as a holiday home essential. Make washing up fun with the cool and quirky blue design and add a pop of colour to brighten up your kitchen.
Home Shopping Spy encourage all readers to celebrate Love Your Pet Day with the British Bulldog Salt & Pepper Shakers from the Imperial War Museums shop. The perfect gift for all dog lovers and pet appreciators, these will add a charming touch to any kitchen table.
Metro featured the glowing Open Up Lamp from the Science Museum Shop, designed by their very own Inventor-In-Residence, Mark Champkins. His fabulous invention involves an expanding lampshade, opening up when the lamp is turned on, and closing when turned off. This beautiful lampshade is sure to brighten up any room!