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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Tube Seat Apron as modelled by Whatleydude

You may remember that
James Whatley from Spinvox gave me the heads up on this apron modelled on London Underground moquette - seat upholstery (presumably not with corrosive fluid on it).

Tube Kitchen Clothing

Well he decided to get himself the apron and also model it in his kitchen

I got one of these by Whatleydude

As the commenters on his picture said "I feel an almost overwhelming need to stick chewing gum to your backside" and "I'm hoping you don't smell like you've just been pissed on by a homeless ;)"

All he needs now is the ironing board cover and oven mitt to complete the set. However, looks like he might be able to even get transporty in the bedroom & not just the kitchen.

Thanks to Michael Woodside I found out that you can get "up close and personal with London Transport Museum's quirky new furniture and accessories range based on the classic designs of moquette fabrics"

On Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September 2008 from 10am to 6pm there will be special launch display of all the items which you can also buy online. It includes bed headboards, dining chairs, sofas, cubes and cushions. The launch will take place in London Transport Museum's Cubic Theatre and Foyer, Covent Garden Piazza, London, WC2E 7BB. Visit http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/ for further information.


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