LOOKING for the perfect Christmas gift?

What about giving your loved one a 2018 Post Boxes of Redditch calendar.

The calendar is from Kevin Beresford, the man who bought the town's uninspiring roundabouts to the world.

Mr Beresford, founder of the Roundabout Appreciation Society, said the calendar is a way of appreciating something mundane but also rather special.

It features 12 "crimson cutie" post boxes.

Kevin said he likes to "capture life" that no one else would look twice at.

"Artists have always focused on the mundane," he said.

"Look at Tracey Emin's Unmade Bed, Warhol’s can of soup, even Vincent Van Gogh would just paint his pipe placed on a chair.

"So looking at Redditch’s post boxes seemed like a logical choice. These crimson cuties really light the town up."

He added: "People say – are they not all the same? Well, actually no.

"Redditch can boast, pillar boxes, wall boxes, pole boxes, double apertures, single apertures even indoor plastic post boxes. Then you have the different Royal eras of timeline. Victorian, Georgian and Elizabethan, each with their different styles.

"So with this calendar we can now all appreciate the super scarlet post boxes of Redditch."

Mr Beresford found fame with his Roundabouts of Redditch calendar series in 2002 which took the country, and world, by storm.

That spawned spin-offs including Fast Disappearing Red Telephone Boxes of Wales 2014 and Roundabouts of Great Britain 2012.

To order a copy of the calendar, visit roundaboutsofbritain.com.