As the cult of minimalism gathers in pace, driven in part by smaller urban living spaces and better integrated technology, it's easy to forget the pleasure to be taken in 'stuff'. Old football programmes, records, badges - objects that evoke memories and stories.
One man who knew the value in 'stuff' was Gerry Wells, collector of vintage wireless radios. Wells was a self-confessed obsessive who fell in love with radios when he started fixing them in his garden shed as a young boy. He built his collection into a museum worthy curation which you can visit by appointment in London.
Here's a video about his incredible collection via Safestore.
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