We have had it all this year, snow in June, drought in April and floods in July. One thing is for sure, we are just going to have to get used to it. So if you're after some gifts for any one that loves to get out in all weathers then they will love this special set of 4 Battling the Elements Alpkit mugs featuring Wind, Rain, Snow and Storm which have been drawn straight from the pen of illustrator and RCA graduate Andy Smith, the same Andy responsible for the infamous Alpkit Teepee and last year's Monster Mugs.
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We each have our own favourite mug that we like to drink our coffee, tea, herbals or occasional hot chocolate from.
This exclusive set is available now for £35 from the Alpkit Shop, where you'll also find a wide mix of other outdoor inspired gifts.
For more information on Andy's you can visit his site for more prints, books and works spanning advertising, print, publishing and animation:
Storm and Snow
© Alpkit, Dec 2012
Wind and Rain
© Alpkit, Dec 2012
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