Southeast giftware and design company ‘MooCow Studios’ has developed a special range for 2020 commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day in 1945.  The company is also raising money through the range for the special forces charity SSAFA by donating 10% of profits from the range to the charity.

The range of commemorative gifts feature images from the allied forces including spitfires, tanks and battleships as well as traditional imagery from 1945. The products all feature the union jacks’ colours of red, white and blue. The range will be available on all textiles including tote bags, aprons, tea towels as well as coasters, wooden plaques and hip flasks.

Ray Marriott, owner of MooCow studios states “Moocow is delighted to have created this VE Celebration range to celebrate our nations history and strong military past. The products all feature images from around the time and also commemorates the design from that period. We are also pleased to announce we will be donating 10% of profits to The Armed Forces charity SSAFA, to continue their great work they do with military personal and veterans”

The Armed Forces Charity SSAFA is a charity that works with to ensure the needs of the armed forces, veterans and their families are in an appropriate and timely way, whether that is rehabilitation into civilian life, mental wellbeing and disability support. A fantastic charity whose great work will now be supported by MooCows celebration range.

To celebrate this release, MooCoo studios have created an celebratory newspaper, which you an see below

To view the full range and the textiles that it is available on please contact or by  visiting the site

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  1. Sadly the headline picture using four silhouettes uses a German Bf109G-6/R6 and a modern day Warrior infantry fighting vehicle.

  2. Why have they used a German me109G aircraft silhouette a modern Warrior AFV and the silhouette from a well know photo of an American soldier running on Okinawa in the Pacific theatre? The only thing they got right was the ship.

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