I like this!
All I can see is the spelling mistake.

All I can see is the spelling mistake.

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"Initially Unity Peg has concentrated on printed textiles,              in particular a range of t-towels which challenge the normally prosaic              nature and low status of this ubiquitous item. The range is characterised              by vibrant colours, bold outlines and graphic imagery depicting everyday              things. The initial Wash Up series included sink, u-bend, household              bottles and a drainer designs. These were well received commercially              and critically leading to inclusion in two British Council touring              exhibitions and the new book "Designing the 21st Century"by              Taschen."

"Initially Unity Peg has concentrated on printed textiles, in particular a range of t-towels which challenge the normally prosaic nature and low status of this ubiquitous item. The range is characterised by vibrant colours, bold outlines and graphic imagery depicting everyday things. The initial Wash Up series included sink, u-bend, household bottles and a drainer designs. These were well received commercially and critically leading to inclusion in two British Council touring exhibitions and the new book "Designing the 21st Century"by Taschen."

Not quite sure if this is a shop or a pro-well-being site.
Either way, something to remember.

Not quite sure if this is a shop or a pro-well-being site.

Either way, something to remember.

a community for artists, writers and musicians

a community for artists, writers and musicians

Well, this is something that I somehow found and that might be useful to know of.

Well, this is something that I somehow found and that might be useful to know of.

LavNav
Motion detector that triggers the light when you come into the bathroom. By the looks of it, it gives enough light that you don’t need to turn on the light in the middle of the night.

LavNav

Motion detector that triggers the light when you come into the bathroom. By the looks of it, it gives enough light that you don’t need to turn on the light in the middle of the night.

Basically, 50 tips on how to be ‘green’.
I’m not sure I agree with all of them. I’m not sure all of them are feasible.

Basically, 50 tips on how to be ‘green’.

I’m not sure I agree with all of them. I’m not sure all of them are feasible.

"Wallies are prepasted cutouts, murals and border cutouts. Wallies come in a wide variety of themes, styles and sizes providing plenty of options for virtually every decorating need. From nusery to living room - we’ve got you covered! Make Wallies your number one source for dressing up your walls the fast, easy and affordable way. Walies are printed on high-quality, prepasted, vinyl-coated paper. The’re easier than stenciling; you can put them up in minutes! Wallies will quickly enhance and beautify any smooth, flat surface, looking like you spent painstaking hours hand painting your project. But, all you do is wet and apply. A sponge or paper towel and water are all the supplies you need.  All you need is a flat surface! WALLIES are strippable. To remove, simply wet the cutouts very well and peel them off; the glue is water soluable.”

"Wallies are prepasted cutouts, murals and border cutouts. Wallies come in a wide variety of themes, styles and sizes providing plenty of options for virtually every decorating need. From nusery to living room - we’ve got you covered! Make Wallies your number one source for dressing up your walls the fast, easy and affordable way.

Walies are printed on high-quality, prepasted, vinyl-coated paper. The’re easier than stenciling; you can put them up in minutes! Wallies will quickly enhance and beautify any smooth, flat surface, looking like you spent painstaking hours hand painting your project. But, all you do is wet and apply. A sponge or paper towel and water are all the supplies you need.

All you need is a flat surface! WALLIES are strippable. To remove, simply wet the cutouts very well and peel them off; the glue is water soluable.”