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Posts by: Alex Doak

Deco delights: Vintage posters, just because

Deco delights: Vintage posters, just because

By on 3 December 2013

Our immersion into all things Art Deco continues with a sumptuous slice of graphic design, courtesy of Swann Auction Galleries in New York

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Caterham Bikes ride into town

Caterham Bikes ride into town

By on 6 November 2013

Do not adjust your screen, this is not a test… Caterham Bikes is real, and their SUV motorcycle is happening. As well as a gorgeous Twenties-style roadster

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Are you into House or Garage? Why not both?

Are you into House or Garage? Why not both?

By on 31 October 2013

For some, a car isn’t simply for driving – it’s a work of art. Here are six remarkable homes where their owners’ wheels vie for space with the coffee table itself…

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If the Jetsons drove a car: Alfa Romeo’s Flying Saucer

If the Jetsons drove a car: Alfa Romeo’s Flying Saucer

By on 18 October 2013

Legendary Italian coachworkers Touring Superleggera have come up with their own, retro sci-fi tribute to the 60-year-old Alfa Romeo Disco Volante. Yes, we know…

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Dream factory: Mr Forsey takes us round

Dream factory: Mr Forsey takes us round

By on 2 October 2013

Just 100 watches a year, finished to levels of refinement beyond comprehension, and yet Greubel Forsey couldn’t be a more modern watch factory…

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Weekend welly: Five of the UK’s best drives

Weekend welly: Five of the UK’s best drives

By on 27 September 2013

At a loose end this weekend, with a half-decent car gathering dust in the garage? Allow TPG to provide some inspiration, with our five favourite driving routes around the UK…

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Golden touch: Inside Roger Smith’s atelier

Golden touch: Inside Roger Smith’s atelier

By on 18 September 2013

‘Handcrafted’ is an overused term in the hyperbolic world of watchmaking, but at Roger Smith’s tiny atelier on the Isle of Man, every single component really is painstakingly, exquisitely finished. We paid a visit… In October of 2011, the world of watchmaking lost the man universally recognised as ‘World’s Greatest Watchmaker’. Not only had he […]

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