LES ESSENTIELS DE DAVID MCTAGUE
1. Record & Guitar.
A record. A guitar. Music. Magic. They’re here to symbolise music as an integral part of my life.
My mobile office. I carry this pretty much everywhere, and it certainly contains a few essentials. This particular specimen is a few years old now, and hails from Marrakech.
3. Flat cap.
I call it my flat cap but I think it’s technically a ‘newsboy’. It’s brown corduroy and I wear it a lot.
This is something I’ve just had for ages. Pretty much since leaving my parents house, so it’s symbolic of that I guess. Time has moved on, people have moved on and places have moved on… and this ashtray has been along for the ride. I still use it now and again.
5. Mellowtone flyers.
I had to include them here as I’m always carrying them, and leaving a trail around. In this digital age I think it’s really important that we still retain some tangibles, so we never stopped printing our flyers. We use lots of different illustrators, but always monochrome artwork.
Many years ago I tried on a ring, that was owned by my girlfriend at the time. A slender, square, silver ring; one that fitted my little finger perfectly. And I didn’t take it off. It was really thin and broke a few years later, so I had it copied using silver from a ring from the Oman my parents had given me. I wear it every day. If for any reason I don’t have it on it feels very strange…
I like to write in pencil.
I like to have an old paper diary.
9. Computer & Phone.
I guess these days they speak for themselves as essentials.
An essential for anyone who wants to get anything done, in my opinion.
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