Rare & Racy | Curious Epitomes

Outside Rare & Racy on last Day of trading 1.7.2017 | © Little Bits of Sheffield | SP1020931E

This photograph was taken on Saturday 1st July 2017.  Sadly on that day after 48 years of trading the shop closed their doors for the last time.

Inside Rare & Racy Vol I  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol II  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol III  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol IV  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol V  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol VI  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol VII  HERE

Rare & Racy shop front  HERE

The Rare & Racy website is  HERE

Rare & Racy | 1969 – 2017

Rare & Racy Old Shop Signs | © Little Bits of Sheffield | S_1070523E LBoS

Sadly after 48 years of trading Rare & Racy closed their doors for the last time on Saturday 1st July 2017.

Follow the links below to Postcard Cafe see more photographs inside Rare & Racy

Inside Rare & Racy Vol I  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol II  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol III  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol IV  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol V  HERE

Inside Rare & Racy Vol VI  HERE

Rare & Racy shop front  HERE

The Rare & Racy website is  HERE

I do not know the names of the photographers responsible for the two images featured in this photograph.  If anyone knows the identity of the people responsible please leave a note in the comments.  I will be happy to credit them here.

One from the Archives | Kid Acne 2012

Cocktail Cigarettes | Kid Acne 2012 | © Little Bits of Sheffield | SDSC_0419E

Photograph taken 25 March 2012.

I recently came across this image in my archives.  I always thought it was an interesting image and not sure why it wasn’t published back when it photographed.  The irregular light pattern was created by reflected sunlight from windows opposite the artwork.  Created by Kid Acne in 2012 the building on which this was painted has long since been demolished.

Nuts in May – Part Two| Park Hill 2017

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While visiting Park Hill I spotted that thousands of hexagonal nuts have been discarded along the length of the new steel fence.  Not someone who likes to see things simply going to waste I thought I’d re-purpose a few and documented the results.

Nuts in May Part One can be viewed HERE

The title for this post has been borrowed from Mike Leigh

Nuts in May | Park Hill 2017

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While visiting Park Hill I spotted that thousands of hexagonal nuts have been discarded along the length of the new steel fence.  Not someone who likes to see things simply going to waste I thought I’d re-purpose a few and documented the results.

The title for this post has been borrowed from Mike Leigh