Some people never need an excuse to have a drink. For those less fortunate The Critic’s Perpetual Drinking Calendar offers 365 of them (and a bonus tipple on the leap year). There are occasions for toasting such as The Queen’s birthday, the anniversary of the battle of Trafalgar, and the invention of the drinking straw are joined by opportunities to toast the lives of the famously bibulous on what would otherwise be just another day. Legendary devotees of the tap, bottle and jigger such as Dorothy Parker, Sultan Selim II and Arthur Rimbaud are each afforded their own special day, colour coded according to the well-stocked cellar of colour coded libations.
A small number of The Critic’s Perpetual Drinking Calendar have been procured as handsome B2 sized poster prints, signed by the artist.
Priced at well below the cost of a bottle of house champagne or the damage for a round in most West End boozers, the calendar will make a fine and fitting practical adornment for all the best bar rooms, cocktail lounges, dining rooms, offices, kitchens, bedrooms and all other places of worship.
Don’t mind if I do!
Adam is also selling his artwork produced for The Critic in previous editions. You can receive a humorous timeline of the Brexit debate as a play on the cartoon Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines in which the characters focus their efforts on a carrier pigeon who carries secret messages. And ‘Johnson’s London’ from our November edition, a map of the city of London through the eyes of it’s former Mayor.
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