To celebrate the 2018 BFI London Film Festival, we've dug into our design archives to create this exclusive range featuring beautiful artwork from previous LFFs, as well as products inspired by the history of the National Film Theatre (now BFI Southbank).
The National Film Theatre (NFT) was designed in 1957 by Norman Engleback and constructed in just 15 months. This image, taken that year, is of the old main entrance on the riverfront, underneath Waterloo Bridge. The hoarding above the entrance advertises that year's inaugral London Film Festival.
The wallet is ideal for carrying Oyster or other travel cards, and features BFI Film Forever logo on the reverse, and two transparent card pockets inside.
The wallet measures 105mm x 70mm
The BFI is a registered charity which supports, promotes and preserves film, television and moving image in the UK. Every product purchased helps support the work of the BFI.