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Crown Street Windows

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Crown Street Windows

The original REMO General Store was located in a gracious old Victorian building located at the corner of Crown and Oxford Streets in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. There was a window display on Oxford Street in which we would typically feature merchandise. That was for the benefit of the people on foot.

The main game, however, was a five-metre-long window on Crown Street: highly visible to people walking east up Oxford Street; but, more importantly, to the drivers and passengers of the endless stream of cars and buses making their way along Oxford Street. And also down the one-way Crown Street, heading north via the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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Eternity at REMO

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Eternity at REMO

We recently experienced a surge in sales of Eternity merchandise ... both the classic Eternity tribute design and Martin Sharp's Eternity at REMO version.

The reason is this:

Roy Williams, the co-author of a book about Mr Eternity was interviewed by Richard Fidler on ABC Conversations on 1 July. Listen to that podcast HERE, being sure to pay special attention at the 40:10 mark to hear about the REMO involvement in the Eternity story.

Mr. Eternity book HERE.

In this long-awaited biography, the full story of Arthur Stace’s life is told for the first time in vivid and often surprising detail. Drawing upon many original sources, some never before made public, this book appeals to anyone who loves a great Australian story.

In their book launch speech the authors Roy Williams with Elizabeth Myers credited Remo/REMO with the 90s revival of interest in Arthur’s story that led ultimately to that Sydney Harbour Bridge moment on NYE 2000.

Browse and order the book for only $20 HERE

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Mr Eternity Book Available NOW

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Mr Eternity Book Available NOW

Behold Mr Eternity the book.

In this long-awaited biography, the full story of Arthur Stace’s life is told for the first time in vivid and often surprising detail. Drawing upon many original sources, some never before made public, this book will engross believers and non-believers alike – anyone who loves a great Australian story.

In their speech the authors Roy Williams with Elizabeth Myers credited Remo/REMO with the 90s revival of interest in Arthur’s story that led ultimately to that Sydney Harbour Bridge moment on NYE 2000.

Browse and order the new book for only $20 HERE

Remo at the Mr Eternity book launch | 23 November 2017
Browse and order the new book HERE

Remo with the authors: Roy Williams with Elizabeth Meyers | 23 November 2017
Browse and order the new book HERE

Roy Williams with Elizabeth Meyers | 23 November 2017
Browse and order the new book HERE

Promotional chalking outside the National Art School | 23 November 2017
Browse and order the new book HERE

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