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This is our favourite so far, a strange egg whisk and a funny card from Alexendra in Germany, accompanied with a nice message in both English and German.
Andy Clarke gave us one of his shiny badges in exchange for one of our not-so-shiny (but packaged) ones.
Beth Catherwood, from Massachussets US, sent this Nader sticker from the 2000 Us presidential elections - apparently highly sought after!
Banter-man and half-brit (we can only assume the better half) Dan Rubin posted a load of badges, cards, and plectrums-on-cards to us. Nice one Dan.
Greg Spradlin sent us a couple of his eclectic illustrations - “It’s horsepower for you walls”. Thanks mate.
James McEwan sent us some of his own badges and a nice business card in exchange for his Erskine badge. We like zombies here too.
Our office pal Jon Burgerman gave us a nice little pin badge and an awesome original doodle - surely one for ebay if this all goes tits up.
Local lad (local to us anyway) Ollie Brown, sent a sticker of a “T-Rex stomping on a tiny lady”. Classic Nottingham.
Those nice people at Omio sent us us some roundy business cards and a piece of inflatable cheese-on-toast, which we absolutely love.
Sausage-man Patrick Haney sent one of his own little branded badges and some rather strange stickers.
Peacock Carter, a web agency based around Newcastle sent us a pen and a cool polystyrene plane, which has already racked up fourteen hours of flightime around the office.
Those amicable chaps at Pinball Publishing sent us a host of stuff in return for a badge, including some collectable cards, a bumper sticker and a Compact Disc. Nice work.
A business card and a tshirt with a Mexican wrestler on it from Derek at relentlessclothing.com;
Colly loves wrestlers, nice work Derek.
Sam Hardacre (aka Nocturnal Monkey) gave us some nice hand-made business cards with a nice letter.
Sam also wrestled hard with the Royal Mail to get some extra badges to us, cheers!
The esteemed Mr Simon Clayson sent us a couple of his lovely photographic postcards, which in typical Erskine (read: Colly) fashion, sat forgotten in a drawer for months before being remembered and put up on this here wall.
A smashing christmas note and some lovely cards from photographer Simon Mills. Nice one.
Collison absolutely loves the beatles, so this t-shirt from the guys at tcd design is more likely to go on his back than on the wall, but here it is.
Whoever sent this little load of random bits and bobs cleverly neglected to include their name or address. If you sent this and want your badge, drop us an email.
Nathan Smith from search engine people Viewzi sent in a massive box of promotional stuff - t-shirts, hats (surely for Swinfield and Wood’s Euro adventure), a load of stickers and some interesting business cards. Loving your work!