Gone Crabbing: a souvenir from your coastline holidays!
There is nothing sadder than the end of your holidays! Especially if you’ve had the wonderful opportunity to spend your time taking long walks on a white beach, surrounded by the wind and the smell of salt air, playing in the sand, enjoying lazing around sunbathing or taking refreshing swims in the sea!
Here at The Upcoming, we found the funniest way to make your holiday mood stay as long as possible. Founded in 2008 in Norfolk by graphic designer Susie Mason, Gone Crabbing is a giftware and clothing brand freely inspired by the Great British seaside life that will help you to remember all those happy times with friends and family.
When rain strikes, grab a hot cup of tea at your desk; a simple touching band of buddies led by the cool crab Colin will make you smile.
Started as a business to supply nice souvenirs to Norfolk’s tourists, Gone Crabbing has now become a popular brand throughout the country. Run by a busy and happy crew with the aim to create products with a unique, fun and quirky edge is the winning alternative to those kitsch and unnecessary travel memories.
The range includes cosy hoodies and quality t-shirts for both adults and children, mugs, tea towels and supplies for the kitchen – aprons, oven gloves and napkins – bath soaps on a rope, sea towels and sweet stationery, from £1 to £49.99, sprinkled with cute starfish, jellyfish, cheeky seagulls, mussels, little ladybugs, iconic deck chairs and a skyline of a perfect coastline day.
Strongly inspired by typical funny children’s wear, but at the same time, tied to tradition, heritage, food, people and unique landscapes of the place where it was born, Gone Crabbing satisfies that “kidult” slice of market in an ironic and smart way.
Take a look for yourself here.
Laura De Vittori