Particularly posters - which they have dealt in for many years from their shop in the middle of the town’s creative quarter
Paul says: “During lockdown our website came into its own as I think people are becoming more attached to old things as they buy into the story. The poster market is currently very strong so that side is doing well.”
He adds: “We love it here and post-pandemic far more people are now moving out of London down to Folkestone.”
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Meanwhile, this year’s 27-strong artist line-up for the Folkestone Triennial, which attracted 150,000 visitors in 2017, includes Mike Stubbs whose customised vehicle dramatises the role of fossil fuels in climate change.
The triennial is the ambitious five-month-long contemporary public spaces arts fest which runs this year from July 22 to November 2.