Hand Printed Delft Style Space Raiders Tile

Haus of Lucy

£35.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 26th May
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    • 30th May
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    • Standard delivery
    • 3rd - 4th June

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  • Vegan Friendly
Description

Honestly, crisps are out of control now - Wagu Beef and Hand-Foraged Wild Garlic, Blowfish and Sicilian Lemon, Pule Cheese (google it) and Midnight-Harvested Organic Micro Shallots - give me a packet of Space Raiders anytime! With classic flavours like ‘spicy’ and ‘saucy BBQ’, you know where you are with a Raider. Random fact: they are Harrison Ford's favourite savoury snack because they reference two of his most iconic films and there was even talk of a ‘Space Raiders of The Lost Arc’ film, but it never saw the light of day. Shame! Bag (lol) one for the corn and wheat based snack fan in your life.

Need to know

This hand printed tile measures 15cm x 15cm and weighs 200g. Each tile comes with a soft felt backing so as not to scratch your table top. Can be used as a coaster but please use with care.

Delivery

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Receive it by 3rd - 4th June

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Haus of Lucy

brighton, east sussex

I'm Haus Of Lucy, a contemporary multi-media artist. I am obsessed with marrying together the old fashioned and unloved with the contemporary, whether it's an oil painting, a ceramic figurine or a vintage plate.

Since quitting my old life as a magazine designer, I have worked with Adidas, Footlocker, Lazy Oaf, Primark and Greggs (I'm STILL waiting for that lifetime's supply of vegan sausage rolls).

I thrive on creating a contrast between old and new, urban and classic.