We’re exceptionally pleased to present our new pub crawl print featuring some of the historic local pubs in St Albans. It’s a fascinating city with a rich history and a stunning cathedral. We think the rich purple on the print provides the perfect ecclesiastical feel.
Personally I chose this area as I still have family living here. Infact we’ve traced our family history back nearly 400 years – some of my long lost relatives can be found in the churchyard opposite the King Harry pub at the start of the route.
This pub crawl has intriguing buildings on it. Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the UK’s oldest pub. The Farriers Arms was once the most popular haunt of Camra when their headquarters were based nearby.
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Please support our local High Street shops by popping in to Cositas to purchase a print and take a look around. We’ll have a picture of the poster in the shop soon!
It’s important to keep trying new ideas. Some of them are commercially successful and other’s unfortunately not so much! However, rather than sit on new ideas we like to launch them as soon as we can. It’s the best way to get feedback, and also to simply move on to the next new idea.
Here’s our new range of tea, coffee & cake inspired prints. We think they’re very simple and graphic and would look great in the kitchen next to a gleaming new coffee machine for example.
The posters use the classic typeface, Cooper Black. A font that’s wonderfully chunky and rounded.
Local culture and heritage is really important to Lazystuff, and this is why we’ve produced this brand new illustration for The Friends of Honeywood Museum in Carshalton Village. It’s printed on an A6 greeting card available to purchase directly in the museum shop. The greeting card retails at £2.50 and it helps raise funds and awareness of this historic and fascinating museum.
The new Friend of Honeywood Museum greeting card is printed on a luxurious 300gsm textured cream paper, which I hope you’ll agree, gives a special and unique feel. It comes complete with a bright white envelope. The paper is sourced from an FSC acredited papermill, which means the paper is ethically sourced. For every tree used, another one is planted. You’ll be able to purchase your card in the gift shop directly, and it’s also available online at lazystuff.com for people who don’t live nearby, or are interested in buying a mounted A4 version of the print, which includes a FREE greeting card. We now offer international delivery too – please enquire. The greeting card is £2.50, the A4 Mounted Print + FREE card is £18 and an A4 Mounted and Framed Print + FREE card is £25.
We’re delighted to tell you that our brand new Lazystuff mug is available to purchase from The Friends Of Honeywood Museum gift shop in Carshalton. It takes pride of place on the shelf next to other local art, books and memorabilia – and of course, the Carshalton Pub Crawl mug…
Wallington is a small town in South London, and was once part of Surrey. Perhaps it’s sometimes overlooked, but provides some historic architecture and local landmarks. The mug features the fountain at Elms Pond, Butter Hill, the Holy Trinity Church Spire, the Lavender Sculpture, the Old Town Hall and the War Memorial at Wallington Green.
The quality ceramic mug costs £12 and helps support your local museum. The mug is dishwasher and microwave safe and our premium ceramic mugs can be used on hotter more intensive washes for extra durability.
The stylish brand new Royal Windsor Pub Crawl Print features public houses in Windsor with a Royal connection in their name. The town is not only home to The Queen, but has also hosted many important royal occasions over the last several years, including the marriages of Prince Charles and Camilla and Prince Harry and Meghan.
Windsonians are rightly proud of their towns royal heritage and this is celebrated by the fact that several of it’s lovely old pubs are named after members of the royal family and important royal buildings.
Here we follow the map which is displayed on the illustrated poster. You can walk this route and stop off at these interesting buildings steeped in history as you make your way past the castle up to the pub that has a commanding view over the long walk, and back down again into the main town. So get your walking shoes on and drink and eat your way through some of Windsor’s finest.