Glastonbury 2015 - Eyes to the Skies

Posteritty are going to Glastonbury!


To celebrate this, we have impulsively bought 250 Frisbees (not our usual Festival essential)

We'll be flinging these around the festival site as the week progresses so keep your eyes on the skies (which will of course be bright blue and full of sunshine!)



If you catch one, send a pic to us of you with it to one or all of these methods:

Twitter @posteritty

Instagram @posterittyprints

Facebook @posteritty

and tag us in, or use hashtag #GlastoFrisbee and there will be minimalist Glastonbury related prizes up for grabs (as if a free frisbee wasn't enough!)

How Far can it fly?

There is also a £100, that's right ONE HUNDRED English Pounds! posteritty shop voucher for the winner

'You've got my interest, however do I enter?, I hear you ask

The winner will be the person to send us a picture of a Frisbee the furthest distance from the Pyramid Stage, so if uptake is minimal and you send a pic from the Tipi Village then you might win, though we are keeping the comp open for a few days after the event to allow for further onward travel.

T's & C's

  • Open to absolutely anyone in the world
  • Entries close 30th June
  • Winner wil be given a code for £100 to use at for any products in the store

Have an amazing Glastonbury Festival all y'all and we might just see you there!


Pomp, Pageantry, Posters and Pride

A night at The Beating Retreat 2015

We have just returned from a fantastic trip to London, where we were treated to an evening of ceremonial pomp and a display of the very definition of Military Precision, at The Beating Retreat 2015 event at Horse Guards Parade.


We were hugely honoured to have been asked to design the posters for the 2014 ceremonial events for The Household Division, and once again this year:


The night began with a champagne reception, courtesy of the Major General commanding The Household Division, where we were treated to an exclusive look at many of the original surviving artefacts from the Battle of Waterloo:


We were then taken across the road to Horse Guards Parade, handed a familiar looking programme :) 


and walked through the gates adorned with the posters we had created earlier in the year, a surreal moment...


What followed was 2 hours of a truly spectacular display featuring the Household Guards, Household Cavalry, Scottish Pipers and a canon booming re-enactment of the Battle of Waterloo, all expertly narrated.


The skill, talent and precision of each and every soldier, musician, dancer, choreographer, lighting technician, pyrotechnic worker (basically everyone involved on the performance!) was immaculate and a true testament to the hours of hard work that goes in to the event.

It's hard not to be moved by the playing of the last post, or the vision and sounds of the lone piper playing on the cenotaph.

Another poignant part of the evening was the playing of the 'waterloo bugle' one that was discovered on the battlefield and played publicly for the first time. It was an absolutely unforgettable evening.


To be able to have played even the smallest of parts to help promote these incredible events is an absolute privilege and one that we are incredibly thankful for.

If you have not been to an event involving The Household Division, we recommend that you make sure you do at the next opportunity!